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About the Left Handers Club

Left Handers Club

We started The Left Handers Club back in 1990 in response to requests from customers to produce a newsletter and campaign on behalf of left-handers. Our aims from the beginning were to get more left-handed products made and raise awareness of the issues facing left-handers – particularly left-handed children in school.

Our Newsletters

Our newsletters are sent out once or twice a month and cover a wide range of topics to do with being left-handed including:

  • Latest research and reports on left-handedness
  • Our own surveys and analysis
  • 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. Use this link to see an index with links to our past newsletters 

Backwards Calendar

Left-Handers Club membership is completely free and as a member you will receive our unique “backwards” calendar, with days running right to left – which left-handers often find easier to read

Member Certificate

We willl protect your email address We value your privacy and will never give out, lease or sell any of your personal details. All newsletters contain an unsubscribe link which you can click to remove yourself if you wish, although not many people do!

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80 comments on “Join the Club
  1. Danny Estridge says:

    Just like to get what you have on sale (or otherwise) for left handers. My questions are about pens and other stationary, I can’t understand what’s better with a left handed pen versus a right handed pen, plus some other stuff I kind of question.
    You have a lot of cool stuff, just wonder, outside of kitchen knives and stuff like that I wonder if your really looking after left handers, like a left handed ruler? I don’t understand, I’m more than willing to get left handed note books and stuff like that, just it seems left handers are kind of a weird bunch to cater to. Love your scissors though, I got them threw Amazon though, I’d rather like dealing with you guys though.
    Thanx, Danny

  2. Eve says:

    I have for decades wondered if my mother may have forced me to be right handed. My grandfather was left handed and everything I do besides write, I do better left handed. It has always been something I have wondered about until I found this site and other people’s comments. Many of their problems I also have, and especially the people who know they were forced to be right, is very helpful for me to find more information about it. Thank you for this site!!

  3. Kris Hendry says:

    In my family, being left-handed makes me unique… I get looked at weird, people just don’t understand how I hold things a certain way, they try to copy me and fail miserably… and I love it…! Being a leftie is something to be embraced… we’re indeed lucky people 🙂

  4. Mayra says:

    I am very proud of joining this wonderful club i ove being a left handed person so this is amazing for me <3 please publish this

  5. Said Ghanmi says:

    Hello Keith ,

    What I can be proud of it , is that I’m left handed and I’m born on 13 August 1980 the same day is national day of women in my country . Such an amazing coincidence .

  6. Pat says:

    Wow great find. This site will enable me to help my little grandson to learn to write big thanks.

  7. John Law ll says:

    to keith

    I noticed my results of my test. I’m proud of being left handed, I’ve been through some bad times and problems with this. One time a teacher told me she would fail me if I didn’t switch hands. She kept giving me low scores because she knew me by my name and knew I was the left handed one. Then one time a friend who was right handed, I asked since we had a report to do. Could he write his and don’t sign it, and I’d do the same. That Monday came around we checked and we did what I asked. Then we both laid them on her desk, she read both of them very clear. them she wondered who wrote these, after that he signed his and I signed mine. She couldn’t believe one of those was mine. then I told her afterwards, don’t you ever say you couldn’t read my writing at all

  8. Jane Cordner says:

    I can’t cut bread straight ,I leave big gashes in paper using scissors ,I can’t open door locks , and you should see me opening a bottle of wine. ….pah But my hubby thinks I’m making it all up No way hose .im a true Lefty and proud of it. LEFTIES RULE

  9. david speers says:

    i bought the school kit for my daughter,she loves it and uses it every day ,thank you

  10. Alexis Roque says:

    Really me too, I’m not going to lie it’s kind of hard to be left handed when everyone in my family thinks it’s really wearied to be left handed.

  11. Michael says:

    Dear Madam/sir. Not sure if I qualify for this membership of such an illustrious club. I was born left handed,living in the countryside where superstition was rife a left hander was considered to be at least unlucky at best: or work of the devil at worst. So one of the cheesemakers/cooks made it her mission to rid me of this awful curse. (she was a Methodist) She largely succeeded as she was on hand for meals etc., I do not know left from right & have to think about it. But my big revenge is that I still throw left handed!!
    Please excommunicate me if I am not eligible for your club, but do remember that if I am accepted you will be heaping revenge on our departed cheesemaker/cook. Amy was her name if you wish to insert pointed objects into dolls on my behalf.
    ttekcoL leahciM

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