posted on Dec, 8 2010 @ 11:39 AM
I've always been left-handed and no one ever tried to change me during primary school. My dad is left-handed and they never tried to change him when
he went through school. My friend Brandy is left-handed and no one ever tried to make her a right-handed person. In fact, all of the left-handed
people that I know have been left-handed since birth and not a single one was ever challenged, or criticized for being so. Where exactly are you
getting that there's a movement against left-handed individuals? I understand that in certain religions the left-hand is the bad hand, like Islam,
but that's only for eating. I happen to be able to eat with either hand, as I can do most things with either hand. Most of the lefties I know eat
with both hands (considering silverware usually requires two hands, one for the fork and one for the knife). Sorry Cosmic Artifact, I'm just not
seeing the anti-left-hand conspiracy.
I am interested in the evolutionary advances to being left-handed though. Care to elaborate on that part? I'm not a biological evolutionist, so I
don't know what you meant by that, but would love to.