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Rohypnol: date rape drugs

  • Acquaintance and Date Rape Resources - Links to articles, agencies, organizations to find help and information concerning date rape and date rape drugs.

  • Acquaintance Rape - Over 80% of rape victims know their attackers. As children you were warned not to talk to strangers. The fact is you are more likely to be assaulted by someone you know: a friend, date, ex-boyfriend, classmate, neighbor, relative or employer.

  • Dateasia | Groovy - Date Rape Drugs: The Facts - Roofie & Liquid Ecstasy

  • Date Rape - Over recent years more information has been coming to the fore about The Date Rape Drugs One of these is Rohypnol which is a brand name for Flunitrazepam

  • "Date Rape" Drug - Rohypnol - Rohypnol has been associated with date rape, and has also been called the "Forget Pill," "Trip-and-Fall," and "Mind-Erasers." In combination with alcohol, it can induce a blackout with memory loss and a decrease in resistance.

  • Date rape drugs - Date rape drugs are substances like Rohypnol (pill form) or GHB (Gamma Hydroxybutyrate, liquid form).

  • Date Rape Drugs - What You Need to Know! - What are “date rape drugs” and what do they look like? 4 major types are” GHB, Rohypnol, Ketamine, and Ecstasy

  • Date Rape - What is it- - Date Rape Information and Resources - A look at the most common type of rape, date rape, including resources for victims and victimizers.

  • Dont' Sleep on Date Rape Drugs - Mixed with alcohol, a small dose of GHB or Rohypnol will not only cause unconsciousness for hours, but also temporarily take away your memory when you come to.

  • Drugs - Rohypnol, roofies, date rape drug. - Rohypnol is a prescription-only sedative that has been used in many 'date rapes' in the US, with cases now being reported in Europe and Australia.

  • Infofacts - Club Drugs - National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)

  • Rohypnol - Drug Facilitated Rape: Looking for the Missing Pieces.  An 8 page report from the US on date-rape drugs.

  • Rohypnol and GHB, Ecstasy, Meth, Ketamine, - Meth, Ecstasy and other Club Drugs,  GHB,  Rohypnol,  the Date Rape Drugs "You don't see, you don't hear, you don't know anything is going on.  Nothing.  You're like a dead person." - Drug rape victim  

  • Rohypnol (Ruffies, Rope, Rape) Alert- The Daterape Drug of Choice - A 2milligram dose can put a person into an excited, agitated and disinhibited state, leaving only amnesia. In the southern United States, this is quite a problem. A 2mg dose in one beer put a woman flat on her back in a moaning state of carnal bliss, to waken with no memories of the previous night, wondering what the heck happened to her.

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