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The Women Behind Controversial At-Home Rape Kits Speak Out

Products like the MeToo Kit generated a media firestorm, but founders say they can empower victims

A mockup of what the Me Too Kit could look like, according to a previous version of the company’s website. Credit: MeToo Kit

TTwo startups have pulled back on marketing at-home sexual assault evidence collection kits after being hit with legal threats. The companies’ founders maintain that the at-home tests could provide an…




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Emily Mullin

Emily Mullin

Former staff writer at Medium, where I covered biotech, genetics, and Covid-19 for OneZero, Future Human, Elemental, and the Coronavirus Blog.

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