Bio: Zaira Zafroon was born in Dhaka in September 1997 on a dark night which is probably why she has a passion for dark makeup. She is studying for her Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy from BRAC University Bangladesh. She loves to prove her point right and wants to help change the world. This had led her to discover debating as a passion and health science as a profession. Her target for the next 5 years is to actively work to bring a social change so that feminism can flourish in south Asia. Writing is her outlet and this passion paved her way to join in as the editor for Phuture a pharmaceutical publication by IPSF and joining as the chair of communications of SASFL for the 2018-2019 mandate to change people’s views through her writing.
Favourite Libertarian Figures: Begum Rokeya
On liberty and SFL: “Liberty to me is change in the society. I believe I did well in the birth of lottery: my parents loved me, I am in a privileged position to have my voice heard and exercise my rights. Most women do not have this privilege. I believe that libertarianism is the only shot common people have for leading a fulfilling life, especially women. Thus, I want to actively work to bring that change in my society.”