Jannat Alam
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Jannat (pronounced "junnuth") Alam is a second-year English and Sociology major, straight from the 909. A lesbian film fan by day and an even cooler, butch-er one by night, you can find her either hurriedly cramming in a reading before class or marathoning terrible police procedurals (*cough* propaganda) with her girlfriend. Current catchphrase: Homomatriarchy Now!

Dyke Drive-In: Fire (1996)

Fire (1996), dir. Deepa Mehta, is an Indian-Canadian romantic drama infamous for being one of the first explicit portrayals of homosexuality in Indian cinema. The plot follows Sita, a young woman recently arranged married to Jatin, a DVD rental store…

Interview with Marissa Paternoster of Screaming Females

New Jersey band Screaming Females returns after a three year hiatus, bursting in with two new singles “Black Moon” and “Glass House.” Born in the New Brunswick basement rock scene, the band is characterized by its gritty, extended solos and…