In this chapter, the author examines how clients make decisions regarding sperm donor and location of insemination and the mobilities of cryobanks. While the exterior of the body plays an important role in donor decisions, this research contributes to a new direction in geography by focusing on bodily interiors and conception through examination of artificial insemination. The cryobank examined for this case study is accessible to clients who wish to purchase sperm and inseminate without medical intervention. Donating bodies, receiving bodies, the exterior and interior of bodies all come into play when discussing artificial insemination. Artificial insemination demonstrates the mobility of bodies as well as of body parts. The fragmentation of bodies is important to the mobilities involved in “artificial” forms of reproduction. Mobility, in its different forms, shows how artificial insemination is predicated on changing ways and understandings of reproduction.