Fertility remains a challenge for men with 5α-reductase-2 deficiency. Such a diagnosis was made in 2 adult brothers who are compound heterozygous for the 5α-reductase type 2 gene (SRD5A2; c.308G>C; c.689A>C). They were born with ambiguous genitalia and the male sex was assigned. Both brothers underwent reconstructive genital surgery during pediatric age and had spontaneous virilization at puberty. The older brother experienced natural conception, while the younger had a son by assisted reproductive technology. Other family members were demonstrated to be compound heterozygous or heterozygous for the same genetic variants. The older brother is the third man with 5α-reductase-2 deficiency and spontaneous paternity. The little series of men with 5α-reductase-2 deficiency and documented spontaneous or assisted paternity is reviewed. In conclusion, the possibility of fatherhood is a main indication for male sex assignment in patients with 5α-reductase-2 deficiency.