From Words Without Borders, a special issue on international queer writing. What are the social origins of queer? Peter Drucker on the new sexual radicalism. The generation that launched the queer-rights movement is entering its golden years; some are still in no hurry to step out of the closet. Why are so many girls lesbian or bisexual? Girls today are three times more likely than boys to be non-heterosexual. A review of Free Comrades: Anarchism and Homosexuality in the United States, 1895-1917 by Terence Kissack. Studying the elusive fag hag: Women who like men who like men. From NYRM, a profile of Out magazine; and in The Advocate’s case, downsizing may actually spell success. A review of Queer Dickens: Erotics, Families, Masculinities by Holly Furneaux. The myth of lesbian bed death: Women in long-term relationships get it on as much as other couples — or not. Is a gay ghetto still relevant in the summer of 2010? Out of the closet, into the chat rooms: How the Internet is revolutionizing gay rights in Latin America. Federal law gives gay citizens with foreign partners tough choices: Leave the US, lose your love, break the law. A review of Public Discourses of Gay Men by Paul Baker. For years, society had two perceptions of what lesbians look like; today, high fashion and lesbians aren't such strangers — and it's getting harder to tell, Is She or Isn't She? Some Pentecostal Christians believe the deliverance rite can exorcise the demons that cause homosexuality; the truly shocking part is that God-fearing gays keep signing up for the traumatic ritual. Situational heterosexuality — the term used to describe the experience of gay and lesbian people in heterosexual partnerships — is the most misunderstood concept in the "ex-gay" and Christian worlds. With help, heterosexuals can become gay.