Study New Testament for Gay, Lesbian, Bi, and Transgender
The "excerpt" offered at the site for this Bible is in fact the Introduction. Here are some extracts illustrating the exegesis followed:
The word arsenokoites in 1 Cor. 6:9 and 1 Tim. 1:10 has been assumed to mean “homosexual”. However, the word does not mean “homosexual”, and its range of meaning includes one who anally penetrates another (female or male), a rapist, a murderer, or an extortionist. When used in the meaning “anal penetrator”, it does not apply exclusively to males as the receptors, as it was also used for women receptors. The word does not appear in any Greek literary source until the poets of the Imperial period. This late occurrence is most significant as the Greeks wrote at length on male-male sexual relationships.The notes to The Source at 1 Corinthians 6:9 take a similar line, giving more detail.
In another example, Romans 1 and Jude have been said to speak against homosexuality. However, the “flesh of different kind” was referring not to homosexuality but to “The Watchers” (angels) coming to earth and “whoring after” human women. This is well documented in the apocryphal literature.For more information see the site.
Thanks to commenter seeker for the link.