Oh heavens, no! I had to check, being a left-handed person myself. (International Left-Handers Day is Aug. 13, btw). We are an interesting group, Pres. Obama, Pres. Clinton, Oprah, et. al. (I like to include myself - teehee - among them.) I think that being left-handed gives you an accomodating bent and an understanding that not every one sees the world from the same point of view and acceptance of that fact. I was fortunate to have worked for Student Support Services college program where 5 of the 7 of us were left-handed. It was a dream! We approached the world (and our desk space) very similarly, I noticed. It was the best working environment I have ever experienced and those were closest friends I've ever had. I have a humorous (hopefully) audio essay (which is badly in need of shortening) for free download at podiobooks.com under "Essays", then "Live from Milwaukee, It's Tuesday Night." It's essay 10: "The Fight for Molly Dooker Day" - (molly dookers being the Austrailian term for left-hander).