Check out these facts from the National Eye Institute and you’ll get a sense of the problem:
- As many as 8 percent of men and 0.5 percent of women with Northern European ancestry have the common form of red-green color blindness.
- Men are much more likely to be colorblind than women because the genes responsible for the most common, inherited color blindness are on the X chromosome. This kind of inheritance pattern is called X-linked, and primarily affects males.
Irregardlessly… the BILL win!