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    Taylor Swift's Comments On Feminism And Being Single Are Just Perfect

    "Life can be romantic without having a romance. I'm attracted to how happy I am right now."

    Just when we thought Taylor Swift couldn't get any more perfect, she's gone and made the most amazing comments about feminism and relationships.

    Speaking to the new issue of Cosmopolitan magazine, Swift said that she and her friends often talk about the inequality between men and women.

    She went on to reveal that her pal Lena Dunham's feminist ethos has a lot to do with her new way of thinking.

    Swift said: "Her perspective has truly shaped me in the past couple of years. She is just so enthusiastic about life, about other women. She is like a hug in the form of a person."

    She then turned to her relationship status, explaining that she neither wants or needs a boyfriend.

    She concluded by saying that she's so content being single, that it'd take someone pretty damn special to make her change her mind.

    Swift said: "It'd take someone really special for me to undergo the circumstances I have to go through to experience a date. I don't know how I would ever have another person in my world trying to have a relationship with me, or a family. The best answer I can come up with now is, 'go at it alone.'

    "Life can be romantic without having a romance. I'm very attracted to happy I am now."

    Taylor, we <3 you.

    The full interview appears in the December issue of Cosmopolitan, on sale 4 November. Also available in digital edition on Apple Newsstand. For further content, you can go to