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If The National Organization For Women Wrote A 'Fat Albert' Episode, It Might Look Something Like This

Apparently I was too busy watching "Hong Kong Phooey" and "Captain Caveman" to catch this cool 1970s kid-power cartoon series about individuality, tolerance, and identity. The only thing not cool about it is how relevant it still is 40 years later.

If The National Organization For Women Wrote A 'Fat Albert' Episode, It Might Look Something Like This
via Cathy Pedrayes / Instagram

Sometimes the most innocuous question can give a predator all the information they need to stalk, harass, or assault a woman. That's why Instagram's "safety queen" Cathy Pedrayes has made a series of videos showing women the best times to lie to a stranger.

We've all been raised to tell the truth, but when it comes to being safe there's no reason we should feel compelled to give out personal information to a random stranger. Pedrayes' videos do a great job at not only showing women when to lie and but how to feel comfortable doing so.

Pedrayes originally started making videos about philosophy and being a "mom friend," but soon fell into making clips centered around safety because of her unique background.

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