Men are more likely to have color vision defects than women. One out of every 12 males has some form of color deficiency, but only one out of every 255 females is affected. A color vision defect doesn’t mean you’re color blind. There are varying degrees of color
blindness, and some people may not be color blind at all. They simply have a tougher time distinguishing various hues than someone with sharper color acuity.
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