Actually no, it is a genetic trait carried by women that they pass down to their male offspring.Women can't be colour blind. It's a genetic trait carried on the male gene.
Originally posted by The Tesseract
1 in 10 will have some sort of colour-blindness-like disorder
I believe that's called "being male"Originally posted by Booty Bits
that would more accurately describe my brother as well. he can't discern between navy blue, black, grey and brown and some darker shades of green.
he also has trouble with the really light shades, like white, beige, ash grey etc.
the bright ones are fine for him though.
would this also be considered Anomalous Trichromatism?