Left Handed Seems to Appear More in Men than Women
Left Handed Seems to Appear More in Men than Women Per omgfacts.com, men are 23% more likely to be left-handed than women, but cultures throughout history have linked the left side of the body with femininity. Per theknowing1.wordpress.com, the Ida nadi governs the feminine, left side of the body, which in turn activates the right (visual, intuitive and creative) side of the brain.
Atikh Bana/UnsplashIt has something to do with winter births.Eighty-five percent of all humans identify as right-handed — and the world is built to accommodate this supermajority. Lefties suffer the indignities of using desks, scissors and baseball gloves that are specially constructed for peo...