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111 comments on “Club thank you
  1. Anne says:

    I’ve been a lefty for 55+ yes and have had to learn to do something’s right handed. My biggest problem came when my son started school his teachers forced him to be right handed and because of that they handicapped him so bad that he can’t read or write very good. He is 22 yes now and reads and writes at a second grade level. My message is Teachers need to stop forcing kids to be right handed.

  2. Constance M Woodard says:

    I have been a frustrated person all my life. From the teachers trying to change you to a right handed to scissors when I sew , the world is not set up for us brainiagics challene the world. Does anyone know of a catalog of product I can recieve for people who need products to challenge the world I would surely appriate on my facebook account sst Constance M Woodard

  3. Kylene Kleine says:

    General curiosity thought to see if others fit in my situation –

    My right arm is my stronger arm and I only use my left hand for eating, writing and brushing teeth. Everything else is done using my right hand/arm (including use of scissors, bowling, batting baseball or throwing basketball). Another weird thing to me is if I’m going to carry a bag/backpack, I always carry it on the left side.

    Are there others who experience this?

  4. Michael Mara says:

    I am that proof and have 76 years of experience. With the exception of nuns trying to change me to a right handler, the gall of these people. My experiences as a left handed lady have been positive.. Looking forward to this new chapter in my internet life. Regards MS.52W5

    • John rosado says:

      Right handed people are the problem of this world, just look at the wars, evil, pollution etc,.caused by righties!! Just because someone is right handed doesn’t mean they’re righteous!!

  5. Claudia says:

    I´ve lived my “lefthandeness” very freely, with no problem…with the exception of my school desk, which obviously was for right handed people everything has been very fine.
    this si fun!