reply to post by DarknStormy
I am Pagan, so your Bible is useless here as in other venue.
For your edification there are a gay gaggle of Gods and Goddess who were Bisexual or Homosexual.
So, within the context of religious freedom you are treading dangerous ground,, because Freedom of Worship is a BIG Cornerstone of America's
freedoms. They were NOT made just for the comfort of White Male Christians, as so many would have us believe.
Anyway,, case you didn't know:
(Source Link below)
Apollo & Hyacinth (Greek) - Apollo, a god of music, dance, healing and inspiration, is known for taking male lovers, most notably Hyacinth. Hyacinth
was mortally wounded. Unable to save his beloved, Apollo created the Hyacinth flower from his blood. Hyacinth later became a divine patron to those
pursuing same sex love.
Artemis (Greek) - Artemis is the huntress, the goddess of the Moon and the protector of women and children. Artemis rejects traditional roles, such as
marriage, and feels kinship to those beyond traditional roles. Her festivals included same sex worship from men and women.
Astarte (Phoenician/Canaanite) - Astarte is a manifestation of the Great Mother, sometimes depicted as a hermaphrodite. Astarte's temples were served
by the kelabim, a gay male priest caste.
Chin (Mayan) - Chin, a small child or dwarf god, introduced homoerotic relationships to the Mayan nobles. The nobles obtained youths of the lower
classes to be the lovers of the noble's sons. Such unions were considered legal marriages under Mayan law.
Dionysus (Greek) - As a god of wine, madness, poetry and love, Dionysus is depicted as soft and feminine, yet virile and strong. He wore women's
clothing to hide from his stepmother's wrath. Dionysus became lovers with the gods Adonis and Hermaphrodite.
Eros, Hermes & Hercules (Greek) - Eros, Hermes and Hercules granted blessings upon male couples, the gifts of loyalty, eloquence and strength,
respectively. Eros was called upon by warrior-lovers before a fight, because the ancient Greeks believed victory is often achieved because of the love
Ganesha (Hindu) - Most popularly depicted as a four armed, plump man with an elephant's head, Ganesha is the breaker of obstacles and linked to
homoerotic worship involving anal sex. Ganesha is mixed in terms of sexuality, masculine in gender, but soft, tender and portrayed with breasts.
Odin (Norse) - Viewed as the all father and creator, Odin would often disguise himself as a woman. His relationship with his blood brother, Loki, had
homoerotic overtones, and he studied the feminine mysteries of the goddess Freya.
Pan (Greek) The goat god of music and nature, depicted with panpipes, erect penis and chasing after maidens and men, particularly shepherds.
Set & Horus (Egyptian) - Horus, the divine child, was in constant conflict with his uncle Set, but one story survives of oral intercourse between Set
and Horus, and Set ultimately gives birth to Horus' child. Gay priests served Horus' mother, the goddess Isis, in ancient Egypt.
Zeus (Greek) - Zeus is a sky god and well known for his sexual liaisons, including his male cupbearer Ganymede. In ancient material, he is
transgendered as Zeus Arrhenothelus, both mother and father.
This was from a Great Article at WITCHVOX