A survey has revealed that those who are left-handed have 71 per cent more chance of being sexually satisfied compared to right-handed people.
The survey was conducted by Lelo, an intimate lifestyle products company. As part of Lelo's 2014 Global Sex Survey, the company analysed details of 10,000 people about their sex life.
According to the survey, 86 per cent of left-handed people said they were "extremely satisfied" as compared to only 15 per cent of right-handed people.
Previous studies have revealed that people who are left handed were more exposed to testosterone in the womb, thus making them more dominant in the bed.
Lelo has developed a new sex toy targeting the lefties. The company said the toy named Dextrus is the first vibrator that would increase your sexual pleasure along with making you smarter.
The toy is shaped like a stress ball and used similarly. "When the user squeezes the ball with their left-hand, vibrations are sent up the arm, stimulating the right side of the brain," said a statement issued by the company. Left hand clenching makes you smart and sharpens your brain, the survey added.
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