Many of these things that could be mistaken for homosexuality, as per the 21st century attitude towards any males that might love eachother in friendship. Things like "removing eachother's tunic and cloak" were actually customs of the time, just as we would take someone's coat when they came in the door today. And many of the older styles of writing and translations that the Bible has gone through might make a close friendship without the complications of modern-day homophobic society look homosexual. But it would be out of context with the rest of the Bible, and the only place I've ever heard this idea is from other students and people who think it's funny to find gay-sounding verses in the Bible. So I doubt it..