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294 comments on “Club Verified
  1. patrick holman says:

    i am now left handed as a result of a stroke and my rigth side is parylised

  2. Iris Misquitta says:

    I am a retired school teacher.l am left handed by birth.This trait is from my father,s side but,mum did not like it.So,she used to make me practise writing with my right hand after l returned from school.Infact,at school too,the teachers would look at my writing with great curiosity.Though at that time, l did not realise why it looked so weird to be a lefty,it suddenly struck me that,some people are not so informed about it.
    It could be that,they are not so well read,especially about left handedness.
    After l graduated,l did my teachers,s training and,started teaching in a boy,s school.Here,I used to write on the blackboard with my right hand but on books with my left hand.Likewise,when l use a pair of scissors,l use my right hand but,when l need to use a knife to chop veggies etc,l use my left hand.l am fine with myself,and even today at seventy years of age,l have a strong desire to study even though l am a post graduate in Sociology.I am very happy about myself but,cannot understand why people are so stuck with their old mode of thinking.

  3. Alex says:

    15% of the population, 50% of the Beatles (Ringo was a born lefty!). Where you find world changing creativity, you’ll find lefties.

  4. Josh mccullough says:

    Stoked to be part of the lower 10% club & blue eyes. Double recessive i believe. Slainte.

  5. Tom says:

    Nice to see a lefty’s club. My 2 brothers and I are all left handed! My parents were both right handed but my mom was kind of ambidextrous. Are there any other families out there where all siblings are left handed? I also have one son and he is left handed. I have always believed southpaws were special people. If you look at any sport you will find a remarkable number of left handers at the top. Take a look at the last few US presidents….mostly left handed

  6. Derek says:

    Brought up in a tolerant but not particularly considerate environment, in the 1940s and 1950s, I have actually relearned some tasks with the left hand since. Fortunately there was no interference with writing while music facilitated use of the right hand, where appropriate.

    Not sporting but a right-handed world may have something to answer for in that respect.