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No it doesn't
It tells us to get buck naked and get it on three times to consummate a marriage ...
Rabbi Israel Stein (retired) said:
1 Sam 18:4: the Hebrew arum or naked does not appear in the text; if Jonathan was naked, the Hebrew would definitively say so.
1 Sam 20: 41-42: David exceeded uncontrollably refers to weeping; they were crying, and their friendship was pledged to last even unto the lives of their respective children (seed).
Spilling seed w/o any procreation breaks the commandment to be fruitful and multiply; being gay also negates this commandment, hence the prohibition in Lev 18: 22.
David was unabashedly heterosexual in his pursuit of Bathsheba; David was accused by the prophet Nathan of both murder and adultery, but never homosexuality.
The Bible paints saints warts and all, so why would it hide a homosexual relationship between David and Jonathan?
Then again, for some, why is every relationship between 2 men or 2 women always sexual?
People with an agenda say what they want to say, but opinions should be based on fact, not an agenda, said Stein.