Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Happy Hanukkah - And Some GLBTQ Biblical Hidden History

Tonight's the first candle. But, what if you don't have a menorah on hand? No worries:

A Banana Menorah always works.

So does a granola menorah.

Candles will stick up in bowls of ice, or M&Ms, or even snow... hey, the possibilities are endless.

So have fun with it. And you can always make a Gay Pride rainbow out of the candles to have it to feel more GLBTQ.

Something else you can do to make the holiday feel a lot more Gay? Read about:

The Hidden GLBTQ History in the BIBLE!

Ancient Gay LOVE Story Discovered: David and Jonathan

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor... DRESS? Cross-Dressing in the Bible


The Homoerotic (and Naked!) Ecstacy of the Prophets of Ancient Israel


More Biblical Homoeroticism: The Prophet Elisha and his Resurrection of a boy/youth


Even More Biblical Homoeroticism: The Love Story (and Lesbian Marriage!) of Ruth and Naomi


Ruth and Naomi - What Happened Next to our Favorite Biblical Lesbians?

Happy Hanukkah, and Namaste,


ivanova said...

I like a potato menorah.

Pen and Ink said...

Great post Lee
Thanks for the laugh. Lupe should add a new occupation to his list of unusual jobs to support your writing habits?
I like the grandma menorah. The banana is great, but will it make it through eight days

MotherReader said...

I love the banana menorah. I am very tempted to bring it along when I join my Aunt for Hanukkah.

Amy Baskin said...

Here's some hidden biblical history, often overlooked: Sodom and Gomorrah has nothing to do with homosexuality. It's about a man who offers up his own daughters to a gang of strangers.

Genesis 19:8