"According to many social norms, violence against women rarely happens and when it does, it is your fault: the clothes you wear, the way you look, the time of the day you were up and about, the way you behave. You called it on yourself: it is you and you should know better. But it is not your fault and it is not you."
Sara Rigon is a doctor on assignment at our sexual and gender-based violence clinic in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Here she blogs about the pregnant women who consider Zika virus something to hope for rather than fear.