Four students from North Carolina University invented a nail polish that detects raped drugs in a drink. The nail polish changes color if there are drugs involved.
Even though this idea seems great, there are some critics. Some oppose this idea because some believe it sends a message that it’s women’s fault and assumes responsibility on her behalf, and distracts the real issue from stopping the violence.
However, on the other side, people support this idea. They want to focus on preventive solutions, especially those that could be integrated into products that women already use.
Undercover Colors are working with pd.id - a small gadget that detects date rape drugs immediately and are currently raising funds to refine its prototypes. When the product will be available to the public is dependent on