Bless your heart.
Let me break this down for you.
This site has students of all ages (this one is likely in at least the 6th grade if not on the cusp of graduating high school) who come for homework help. Those who truly want help tend to ask/say things like--
I can't understand what this instruction means. I got this far (often with specifics) but now I'm stumped. I have been searching online for research backup and I can't find anything. I am not a native speaker, does this sentence (or paragraph, etc.) look okay?
Those people get help -- often lots of help. It's nice when they return and say thank you but an appreciable fraction of even them just post their question and never return.
Then there are the students, precisely like the OP, who dump their entire assignment via copy and paste, and then sit back, waiting for the answers to roll in.
There's no proof that they have done anything beyond copy and paste, waiting for someone to do their work for them.
And those "questions" (truly, all homework questions can, but the dump and run questions seem to attract it more) bring on the homework spammers. Where for a price, you can spend your school days playing video games or smoking or hooking up or whatever, while handing in assignments done for you.
That's cheating, pure and simple, and it's kind of dangerous to our society. When wealthy students skate by through buying papers, and get the old gentleman's C, they get into colleges and they get jobs which they are not prepared for. In medicine, the law, architecture, engineering, science, etc., this can be disastrous.
While this sounds like I am claiming that the sky is falling, I assure you, I am not. And I am well aware one assignment, one class, one semester, one year, one school do not necessarily make or break academic or professional careers.
But they do perpetuate a cycle of cheating. And they also perpetuate a cycle of money buying people into positions, rather than merit. This of course impacts certain segments of the population more than others.
It also puts and keeps mediocre people in positions of power and it can lock out gifted people who don't have the economic resources to cheat-- but who fall behind not because they are incapable but because they are working two jobs, or caring for younger siblings, or trying to grow up in a hostile environment.
All this from one topic on A2K may seem a little much, although I see you have had no trouble connecting it with the small potatoes issue of how to hold a pencil.
True story: my best friend from high school is left handed. She writes in an extremely cramped manner. Her handwriting is unmistakable. She's also got 2 degrees.
Holding a pencil "wrong" didn't matter. And it often doesn't. But even if it somehow does matter, it's a far-fetched tangent at best in this topic.
I have also taught, both high school and graduate school levels. Students who do the work do well in life. Those who don't, do not. And those responsible students who don't understand the assignment ask questions because they want to understand it and be able to do it on their own.
Doing work for others doesn't help them. It doesn't help society and it doesn't help change the educational system.
It just rewards laziness and cheating.
(Hops off soapbox)