6 Reasons Left-Handed People Make The BEST Lovers

Lefties rock.

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We've all heard how left-handed people live longer than right-handed people, but often forget to take into account that because study was in such a small group, it's impossible to say whether or not this is true. Either way, you just can't deny that left-handers are incredibly unique.

From getting ink on your hands when writing, to learning how to play a guitar, to finding the perfect baseball glove, lefties face a myriad of struggles. But what exactly do they have going for them that makes them better lovers than righties?


1. They're smart.

They're smart — not just in the bedroom smart, but life smart, too. About 20 percent of Mensa members are left-handed, which makes sense; lefties are forced to use both hemispheres of the brain more often.

2. They're uncommon.

Only about 10 percent of the world is left-handed. The chances are slim that you're going to date one in the first place. This makes them all the more special.

3. They're natural born leaders.

Many of our presidents have been left-handed people. Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, Gerald Ford, and George H.W. Bush were all lefties. They make for great company, too!


4. They're independent.

Left-handed people are able to support themselves and be independent. Left handed people are 15 percent more likely to be wealthier than than the average right-handed person. They're about 26 percent richer when they get a higher education.

5. They're the best multi-taskers.

Left-handed people are naturally better at multi-tasking. They can do numerous things at once, and isn't that a great quality in a partner? That right-handed boyfriend can handle all the big chores while you kick back, right? I kid. It's important for both parties to share the work.

6. They're creative.


Left-handed people tend to be more creative, innovative thinkers and have an artistic streak. They use more of their right brains than left, which improves musical, artistic, and linguistic capabilities. Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo were both lefties.