Is there any evidence that people with the condition suffer with depression because of it, or is just their normal and not a cause for sadness? As they grow up they must become aware they are not having the same experience as everyone else.
I have never heard of anyone being depressed because of their color vision deficiency. I have certainly never experienced it for myself. Everything looks the same to me as it did when I was born. There have been people who have made fun of me for it but there have also been people who have made fun of me for my hair, my height, my weight, my political views, my religion or lack thereof, my sexuality, my service in the armed forces, the color of my skin, my ignorance and my sense of humor. It doesn't matter who you are, what you are, what you believe. There will always be someone there to ridicule you for who you are. These things shouldn't matter. At least, they don't matter to me. If some Democratic "leader" wants to give me some money taken from you to compensate me for my "disability" then they can shove that particular carrot up their ass.
I am a pressman. I operate a four color offset press and I produce beautiful work with a printing machine very similar to this one.
Maybe some people get depressed. Maybe some people use a Gretag MacBeth DC19