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What would be the best way to fix the page?
At issue:
The Southpaw has been under discussion for misuse. A previous crowner has decided to make this page the exampleless supertrope, and the creation of a more general index is underway.

Please vote up for definitions you think should be written for TLP and vote down for definitions you think are redundant or Not A Trope.
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+18 (yeas:19 nays:1)
Southpaw Advantage: Left-handedness being an advantage
+13 (yeas:15 nays:2)
Situational Southpaw: Character is forced to use one hand over the other.
+11 (yeas:12 nays:1)
Right Arm Quirk: Character is forced (as in Situational Southpaw definition) to use one hand because their other hand isn't a hand; they're a Blade Below the Shoulder, Arm Cannon, Hook Hand, Combat Tentacle, etc.
+11 (yeas:12 nays:1)
Artistic Southpaw: Left-handedness being a sign of being artistic/creative.
+4 (yeas:8 nays:4)
Special Ambidextrous: Character being ambidextrous makes them special/stand out.
+2 (yeas:5 nays:3)
Ambidextrous Convenience: The creator does not care about Character X's handedness and, as such, they appear to be ambidextrous.
-2 (yeas:4 nays:6)
Southpaw Design Decision: (Trivia definition), why a character has a certain handedness (like if they're left-handed because they're the Author Avatar of a left-handed creator). This trope would go under the Real Life Writes the Plot index.
-2 (yeas:3 nays:5)
Left Handed Foil: Character is left-handed because they're the foil to a right-handed character and vice versa.
-5 (yeas:1 nays:6)
Lefty Disadvantage: Left-handedness being a problem (may cause Situational Southpaw definition).
-6 (yeas:3 nays:9)
Special Southpaw: Character being left-handed makes them special/stand out.
Total number: 10. Number shown: 10.

Total number of votes: 120

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