established a highly functional mating system based upon specific sexual
dimorphisms, was that system totally discarded as complexities such as
multi-cellularity, olfactory/vomeronasal systems, and MHC/Ig genes were
Even though not yet identified (and perhaps not even looked for, given the
focus upon olfactory and vomeronasal systems), is a similarly yeast-like
sexual-orientation mechanism still present and functioning in humans and
other mammals (within layer one)?
My hypothesis also suggests that variations in sexual- and/or
gender-orientation may arise (at least in some individuals) via a
person's autoimmune reactions targeting one or more of his or her "Layer
One" substrates that are involved in the processing of sexually
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