August 13 is International Left Handers Day, for those who don't know. Left Handers Day is a chance for those born preferring the left hand to stand up and celebrate being who we are. But it is also a day to point out and criticize right handed privilege and the discrimination that left handed people face every day.
If you read that first paragraph and laugh or sneer, it almost certainly means you have right handed privilege and are uneducated about the issues involved. It's easy to ignore or pretend a problem doesn't exist when it doesn't affect yourself.
Each day from August 7 until August 13, I will post one topic about the problems left handed people face. If you claim to fight for social justice and oppose discrimination and abuse, put aside your ignorance and dismissiveness. Start reading and start thinking.
August 7: Left Handedness and religious discrimination
August 8: Left Handedness and educational discrimination
August 9: Left Handedness and social discrimination
August 10: Left Handedness and economic discrimination
August 11: Left Handedness and technological discrimination
August 12: Left Handedness and ergonomic discrimination
August 13: Left Handedness - Who's Who, and What's What