A grab from the video distributed by KAFA
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Women's rights organization KAFA (Enough Violence and Exploitation) launched an unusual campaign to encourage women to speak up against violence.The short video shows a woman driving a pink taxi and picking up other female passengers.The driver's GPS voice navigation starts off normally, giving her directions as per usual. However, to the surprise of the passengers, the pitch of the male voice starts to take on another tone when the driver does not comply with one of his directions. KAFA explains the idea behind the video in its caption, saying it aims to encourage more women to speak up against violence and abuse.
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