There are about 7% male with CVD (Colour
Vidion Deficiency).This is a great number
by world standard, and many countries governments are not taking it seriously, as the social and economical impacts are not insurmountable.There are no research in such countries, and no outlets interested to take about improving CVD patients. There are areas of jobs that rejected CVD people, as there are some 93% of candidates to choose from. These areas include electronics, especially communication cables, which are lately substituted by optic cables, which went round the globe to form the unternet networks, the casino who employ colour chips in the business, and printing and colour-intensive art-works, and such that employ colours differentiation as an important process.
There are minor details in life, which we were not aware, like the real colour of foods placed in front of us, people facial expressions, mouth-lips colours...
People with CVD are not treated badly by others as we do not cause much inconveniences to them. The world looked less colourfuls, cause million of colours are lossed. This is a deficiency that needs to be looked at seriously by the professions and governments.
When I was told by the doctors that my CVD is inherited nad there is nothing he can do about it, I was dymbfound. I felt as it he said, "You are partly blinded to the world of colours, and that's it."
Of late, I search in the internets and found a company "Colorlite" that offers glasses for CVD patients, and there are Solarz Sunglasses that provided clear vision and boosts the clarity of colours as well.
The world should put more emphasis on CVD, but it is not. There seem to be more important things, that this seem small to be noticed. How sad this world had become, with more problems to cope than to beautify things a little more...