Lefty. Southpaw. Molly-dooker. To the left-handed
community, these slurs are a constant reminder that we are
second-class citizens. A bad dancer has two left feet, a
passive-aggressive remark might be a left-handed compliment, and an
expired bit of food has "taken a left turn at Stinktown." Beyond
the cruelty of such expressions, the idea that those of the
left-handed persuasion are inferior is downright false: we have
better visual, math, and creative abilities than the other 90%, not
to mention advantages in athletics like tennis and hand-to-hand
combat. Best of all, we're three times more likely to work in SEO.
In fact, if you're reading this, you're most likely left-handed.
Greetings, fellow Kings of Content.
With all these advantages, we still get the run-around with right-handed power tools, knives, guns, scissors, and other instruments of death. We are still forced to smear not-yet-dry ink across our brilliant prose.