Lefties in the kitchen, utensils.
Left-handers live in a world designed for right-handers, activities as simple as cutting with a pair of scissors or turning on a tap or opening a door often pose an added difficulty for them. Little by little the belief that they were "strange beings" has been disappearing and more and more there are kitchen utensils, school supplies and a myriad of accessories that make life easier for lefties. There are already specialized stores, but there is still a long way to go and not all cities can find accessories for them.
In kitchen utensils I have found that they already exist can opener, with blade upside down; corkscrew that rotate in the natural sense of the left-handed person; milk saucepan with the server upside down (to the right of the handle); kitchen mitt for left hand and knives with the edge to the right.
I hope more tools for lefties are coming onto the market, because furthermore, what right-hander is one day exempt from having to defend himself with his left hand?
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