Join the Left Handers Club

Left Handers ClubAs a Club member you will receive a free certificate and our unique “backwards” calendar (see below) and we will send you our email newsletters with great information about left-handedness, details of new products and member offers.

Just type in your email address and first name below (please type carefully – about 10% of club joiners mis-type their address and we cannot send their newsletters or contact them). Please Do NOT put “www.” in front of your email address or a full stop or space at the end. Your address should look something like this: name@host.com or name@host.co.uk and it will end in a three letter domain (.com, .net, .org) or a two letter country code (.uk, .fr, .ca etc)

Once you click the button we will send you a welcome email. If you do not receive a confirmation email, there may have been a problem with the email address that you entered – please return to this joining form and re-apply, checking your email carefully.

Free member certificate, backwards calendar and newsletters

Left-Handers Club membership is completely free and as a Club member you will receive a free certificate (which you can insert your own name in before printing) and our unique “backwards” calendar.

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Our newsletters cover a wide range of topics to do with being left-handed including:

  • Latest research and reports on left-handedness
  • Our own surveys and anlysis
  • Latest product information and explanations of left-handed items plus member discounts and offers
  • Highlighting the things left-handers do differently
  • Picking up on language, customs and myths about left-handers

We try our best to entertain members as well as providing useful and interesting information and resources.

 

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73 comments on “Join the Left Handers Club
  1. Troy Peverall says:

    Hi Guys,

    I am a Lefty, and at the age of 37, I have finally decided to embrace this difference and appreciate it for what it is! Rare awesomeness!!

    Can I also say I am proud to say I am Dyslexic and have struggled through life as a result, but it has made me the person I am today!!I

    Sorry I know this is now getting a little complex, but I know you guys will get it…

    I need some clarification whether I am actually Cross-dominance or Mixed-handed.

    Is that ok?

    Apparently Mixed Dominance is different to Ambidextrous, which is the equal ability to use both hands, this is not me…..

    I do precision with my left and sport right-handed, I would have played guitar right-handed if I had of been handed a left-handed guitar….

    The stats are that Cross-dominance or Mixed-handedness is the change of hand preference between tasks. This is uncommon in the population with about a 1% prevalence.

    I think is pretty cool…….!

    I am really to happy to have join you guys and look forward to the 13th of August!!

    Cheers

    Troy

  2. LaShaunda Spears says:

    Left is always right, lol! I’ll be hanging my certificate up in the office with pride!

  3. Lucy says:

    Am left handed and my first born is left too but,aged 10 years.Can she be a member too?

  4. Rafael santos boeriz says:

    thank you very much for your attention and I am looking forward to the calendar and the certificate and of course the news about this select group hugs and until the next I am from Brazil so I use the translator to communicate with you

    • Asma says:

      I am from Pakistan, and I am left handed, in my childhood I used to get punishment as my teachers wanted me to write with the right hand:-/

  5. Lois Wile says:

    I’m a 1950’s era lefty who was gently & repeatedly encouraged to be a righty. As all leftys know, we are born this way! I’ve always wondered what dire consequences my parents & teachers thought were in store for me as a lefty. Thanks for the membership.

  6. Kathryn Bushong says:

    I have found the hardest thing is dealing with all the safety buttons on power tools. They are for those right handers.

  7. Brett Lawless says:

    So glad this is a thing! I’m a lefty! And my birthday is today! Spooky coincidence, Happy left handed day everyone! 🙂

  8. Jaye says:

    This is wounderful iam glad to be a part lf this😄

  9. jombe ebob says:

    I’ll be really happy to be part of this group it really isn’t easy being left handed because certain kitchen utensils in the house is really strenuous while using them like knife,cooking spoon especially when stering food

  10. Ketan H Patel says:

    Proud to become a part of Left Handers Club

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