How Will You Celebrate Left Handers Day?

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The easiest way to celebrate Left Handers Day is on Twitter and Facebook.

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You can also turn your home or workplace into a Left Handed Zone.

What is a Left-Handed Zone?

We are very interested in your ideas on ways to celebrate Left Handers Day and all of the good things about being left-handed, as well as ways to show right-handers some of the frustrations and difficulties we face in everyday life because of the way things are designed for the right-handed majority.

If you have any ideas, please add them as comments below and we will put them all together on a page and in a forthcoming newsletter.


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46 comments on “How Will You Celebrate Left Handers Day?
  1. Dave tjart says:

    Awhile ago, my daughter gave me a book called “The Left-Handed History of the World,” written (oddly enough) by a guy named Wright. He describes the impact lefties have made on the world, all out of proportion to their incidence in the population. Some references to famous lefties would certainly be in order.

  2. carl mcbean says:

    I think that a good idea would be for everyone to use their left hand to greet someone for that day instead of their right hand. Or have your website working in a left-handed way so all the details on on the left of the page not the right!!!

  3. Kathy says:


    Just sayin’

  4. Ken Johnson says:

    Take digital photographs of things that are really difficult to use left handed, like those damn silly milk saucepans. Flip the photographs left to right, then post them with captions like “Properly designed milk saucepan.”

  5. Jim Story says:

    Left-Handed Day should be made a world holiday for Lefties. All Lefties should get the day off with DOUBLE pay for pain and injuries perpetrated on us by self-RIIGHT-eous people in the past. Come to think about it maybe double pay isn’t enough.

    • LOLO LOZA says:

      i suggested at first , that talking of me is that i feel privileged to be a lefthander and i always since i was a kid to have a huge advantage of the rest of the people in school and more in sports also in life ,life has treat me with privileged , We lefthanders are POSITIVE people , so i don t feel that we have to talk of frustrations or disadvantages , that s for the right people . THAT DON T KNOW HOW WE LEFTHAND ARE , AND THAT S WHY WE HAVE THAT ADVANTAGE , we know how the right people are

  6. Shirley Nagel says:

    I do think we need to emphasize that lefthanders are more sensuous. We are an emotional, sensory, intuitive based group.

    Lefthanders make better lovers. We need a poster on this!!!

    Love is everything possibly the only thing. We all want acceptance and love!

  7. Crystal says:

    Let’s make a right handers challenge!

  8. Dave Perry says:

    We should film our right handed loved ones and friends: brushing their teeth, opening jars, throwing freebies, opening doors, putting on their jackets,etc. All with their left hand.

  9. Denise Gehring says:

    I would like to see this advertised a few days earlier, so we can start celebrating first thing in the morning. Last year, I didn’t know about it until mid day. Also, I might ask my right-handed friends to try doing something really basic (brush their teeth? write with a pen?) with their left hand that day.

  10. Chris sims says:

    Well I don’t know what other left handers will be doing but I will be celebrating my birthday which is cool because it gives me two things to celebrate.

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