A company has started marketing what it calls the first “at home” forensic evidence collection kits, more commonly called “rape kits.”
It’s being marketed as the “MeToo Kit.”
But the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence opposes this. In a statement, the organization said it is “outraged” by the attempt to monetize the Me Too movement.
Janelle Moos is the executive director of North Dakota’s Council on Abused Women’s Services. She said a forensic exam following a rape requires a specially trained medical professional.