To the woman who called the station this morning just to say that she's "depressed with me," I apologize. I'm sorry that I addressed an important issue in our society which made you feel uncomfortable. I'm sorry that I publicly recognized four gentlemen who acknowledged the dangers of date rape and actually did something about it. I'm sorry that I sent a message to college girls to be aware of their surroundings as this school year begins. I'm sorry my parents protected me from harm and instilled a protective attitude in me that I shared with our listeners.

Most of all, I'm sorry there is a NEED for this nail polish that changes color when exposed to a date rape drug. I wish the world were different, and I felt safe letting my friends go out at night without worrying about meeting someone who could harm them. I wish I didn't have to play "mom" every single time we went out in college and keep tabs on them. But I would never forgive myself if something happened to one of them and I knew there was something more I could do to prevent it. This is one fashion item that truly makes a statement, and I applaud these men for the concept and drive to fight for our safety.

I find it admirable that these men have taken a stand and attempt to empower women with a line of defense against the jerks who prey on young girls. "Undercover Colors" is an asset to our daughters, sisters, cousins, nieces and friends. God bless you, Tyler Confrey-Maloney, Stephen Gray, Ankesh Madan, and Tasso Von Windheim. May He keep your endeavor favorable.