alright let me rectify what I said, color blindness in women is very rare, only around 0.4% of women will be affected, therefor I still think its kinda funny that they used a women in a picture that says colorblind. (not to mention that red/green is the most common form of colorblindness and most of the image is tinged red)
Really? then throwing out what I originally said and, yet again, insisting that it was false seems like kind of a mute point don't you think? since rectifying what I said means that I was correcting myself and therefore acknowledging that the original statement was flawed.