Lefties, we see you.
About 10 percent of the population is left-handed, and it's time for some recognition.
Studies suggest people who are left-handed appear to have an edge in opposition sports like tennis and fencing or certain positions on the baseball field. Lefties are also thought to have a lower risk of developing certain ailments like ulcers and arthritis.
Lefties are reportedly better in fights, too, which is probably because opponents don't expect a left hook.
And don't even get us started on living in a right-handed world.
Many instruments are made for righties. Legendary musician Jimi Hendrix flipped his guitar upside down so he could play it left-handed.
Not to mention computer mice are traditionally made for righties, and a lot of zippers are, too.
But it's not all bad — you're in good company. President Obama is one of the many left-handed public figures. Lady Gaga and Oprah Winfrey have also signed fan photos with their left hand.
And studies show that some animals tend to be left-hand dominant. Researchers found kangaroos favor their left hands, and certain species of parrots eat and perform everyday functions with their left feet.
To all the lefties out there — human or animal — we salute you.