Homosexuality in microscopic parasites
Schistosomes or “blood flukes” are microscopic parasites who live out their adult lives in permanent mated pairs.
Usually, the thread-like female lives in a groove along the male’s boat-like body.
Sometimes, however, two males will pair up. One takes on the female role, staying smaller and thinner, but technically remains male and the two will never reproduce. They just float together in the host’s blood, soaking up nutrients.
This makes them significantly less harmful, because it’s the eggs of a mated pair that make the host extremely sick. If you had gay worm couples in your bloodstream, you might never notice at all. Gay blood flukes are chill blood flukes.
If you separate them, the two males will search for one another and rejoin as soon as possible.
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