According to a recent survey, lefties are 71% more satisfied in the sack than righties. Of the 10,000 people surveyed, 86% of left-handed people reported being “Extremely Satisfied” with their sex lives, compared to just 15% of righties.
Are left handers better in bed?
According to a recent global sex survey, it seems that the lefties among us are having a much better time between the sheets than their right-handed counterparts, and by a long way too.
Are left-handed people more loving?
They are more satisfied in bed. Oh, you bet. According to a recent survey, 86% of left-handed people reported they were extremely satisfied with their sex lives. Either way, being 71% more satisfied in bed gives lefties the upper hand.
Does being left-handed give you an advantage?
Being a leftie has a genetic component, is linked to better verbal skills and is associated with a lower risk of Parkinsons disease, according to a new study published in the journal Brain.
Why is it so rare to be left-handed?
As handedness is a highly heritable trait associated with various medical conditions, and because many of these conditions could have presented a Darwinian fitness challenge in ancestral populations, this indicates left-handedness may have previously been rarer than it currently is, due to natural selection.
Are lefties lucky?
Left-handers or lefties are often considered unlucky in many cultures, including the Indian culture. We are told to accept prasad with our right hands only, and this hand is preferred for all our rituals, tilak, yagna, etc.
What is so special about left handers?
Lefties make up only about 10 percent of the population, but studies find that individuals who are left-handed score higher when it comes to creativity, imagination, daydreaming and intuition. Theyre also better at rhythm and visualization.
Is being left-handed a disability?
However, left-handedness does not rise to the level of being a disability. The Social Security Administration has a list of all conditions which qualify as disabilities. Left-handed people may have to adapt a little bit, but they are certainly not prevented from working because of their condition.
Do lefties think differently?
Do left-handed people think differently? The brains of left-handers are different from those of right-handers, in that their brain lateralization – what people use the left and right sides of the brain for – is different.