Date-rape drugs such as rohypnol, gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GBH), and perhaps ketamine and Ambien. While these drugs are definitely a reason for concern, the drug involved in way more date rapes is alcohol, and sometimes pot. So if harm reduction dollars are in short supply, the focus should be on helping to prevent sexual coercion while a woman is drunk or stoned. See panty dropper punch. If a woman feels she has been given a date rape drug, she should try to get to a healthcare facility as soon as possible to have her urine tested. Given how important it is collect as much evidence as possible, she should try not to pee, douche, bathe, wash her hands, or change her clothes before she goes to the hospital.