Team Cosmo on What the F-Word Means to Them…

…we mean feminism, what did you think?

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This April, Cosmo India launched the country's first feminist issue. As the word means different things to different people, we decided to quiz the Cosmo team on what it means to them, personally. Here's what they had to say…

Saumyaa Vohra, Features Writer: "Not expecting equality to be convenient."

Sanjana Ghai, Fashion Stylist: "Feminism to me is being feminine and still being treated equally as men."

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Salva Mubarak, Digital Writer: "Choice."

Vidhi Mirpuri, Senior Designer: "The freedom to voice our opinions."

Amandeep Kaur, Fashion Editor: "Equal rights and equal responsibilities!"

Meghna Sharma, Features Editor: "Not being judged for my choices—by men or women!"

What do you think?

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