This may be a little off-topic, but...
There are a number of places in the Bible where the relationships between two men could have been homosexual in nature. However, none of the relationships is directly stated in the text. (With the possible exception of Johnathan and David)
I have heard gays arguing with Christian fundamentalists that the Bible DOES mention homosexual relationships; they use various passages to make the point. But the references to gay relationships in those verses are obscure at best. It seems to me that when we try to prove that the Bible does mention gay relationships, it makes us look like we're grasping at straws. (I'm not saying that this discussion does that; it simply brought this topic to mind.)
The issue for me is not whether homosexual relationships are mentioned in the Bible, but the fact that they are nowhere spoken against in the Bible. (Having dogs as pets is nowheere mentioned either, but I don't see any reason to condemn pet owners because there is no mention of the situation.)
When the fundamentalists use such verses as the story of Sodom etc. to rail against us, THEY appear to be grasping at straws. A logical look at the issue and a serious theological look at the Bible always come out in favor of our side.
For I am convinced that neither life nor death...neither the present nor the future nor anything in all creation will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord. Romans 8:38-39