"discrimination designed as a design flaw"
Bollocks. It is a design flaw used by neurotic nincompoops as a nitpick for nagging about their personal issues.
I fully recognize that a vast majority of utensils are made for use with the right hand. Few exist for the left hand, and fewer even exist that are usable by both.
Nonetheless, this situation is gradually evolving, and many tools are now ergonomically tested to see whether or not it is equally usable by either hand. Scissors have spearheaded this movement, and many other implements are following.
But a phone is just a phone, and there is nothing in the Iphone or much any other phone that forces a user, by design, to use a given hand.
So whipping up a frenzy about left-handed discrimination is pure hogwash, especially since left-handers are apparently used to holding their phone in their right hand, just like right-handers hold it in the left. As stated above several times, you use your less dextrous hand to do the simple job of holding, freeing your more dextrous hand to do the usual chores.
Shame on that organization for clearly knee-jerking off and bandwagon jumping for no good reason.