For My Christian Friends Offended By Michael Sam's Kiss

So, I've been seeing some upset and outrage from some of my Christian friends, about the public broadcast of Michael Sam kissing and embracing his boyfriend.  I find it strange that these same people aren't bothered by some things in their Bible.  Consider the following passages:

Saul and David finished their conversation. After that, Saul's son Jonathan was deeply attracted to David and came to love him as much as he loved himself...  Jonathan swore eternal friendship with David because of his deep affection for him.  He took off the robe he was wearing and gave it to David, together with his armor and also his sword, bow, and belt. 1 Samuel 18:1, 3-4  (GNT)
 Once again Jonathan made David promise to love him, for Jonathan loved David as much as he loved himself...  After the boy had left, David got up from behind the pile of stones, fell on his knees and bowed with his face to the ground three times. Both he and Jonathan were crying as they kissed each other; David's grief was even greater than Jonathan's. 1 Samuel 20:17, 41 (GNT)
 “I grieve for you, my brother Jonathan;    how dear you were to me! How wonderful was your love for me,  better even than the love of women.  2 Samuel 1:26 (GNT)
In the New Testament, we have the curious designation of John as the "disciple who Jesus loved". Didn't Jesus love all his disciples?  Why this special emphasis?  I'm not drawing any conclusions, but I'm pretty sure some religious homophobes might have been uncomfortable with the affection between Jesus and John.
One of his disciples, the one Jesus loved, was at the table to the right of Jesus in a place of honor. So Simon Peter gestured to this disciple to ask Jesus who it was he was referring to. Then the disciple whom Jesus loved leaned back against Jesus’ chest and asked him, “Lord, who is it?” John 13:23-25 (NET)
 And he came up to Jesus at once and said, “Greetings,Rabbi!” And he kissed him.  Matthew 26:49 (ESV)
So, with Jonathan and David, we have attraction, pledges of love, exchange of clothing, crying, kissing, and something "better even than the love of women".  We have Jesus with a favorite disciple "who he loved" who got a special seat next to Jesus and who leaned his head against Jesus' chest.  We have Judas kissing Jesus.   If you're uncomfortable with this - hey - it's your Bible.  I didn't write it! Now I know, some of you will say "But it wasn't gay for men to kiss - it was part of their culture." Funny you should say that.  How about we work towards a culture where expressing affection through a kiss isn't a "gay" thing or a "straight" thing, but a "human" thing?  If you tolerate it your Bible, than you can suck it up and tolerate it in your culture too.

Frankly, I think your outrage over Michael Sam's public display of affection is hypocritical, given what is in your Bible.  If you are offended by it, then I would suggest that maybe the problem is with you, and not them.  For us straight people, of course the idea of being romantically involved with someone of the same gender is not going to be appealing.  It's not how we are wired.  It might make you uncomfortable, and that's okay.  What is not okay, is criticizing or denigrating two people for expressing love and affection for one another.  That is an anti-human attitude at the core, and shame on the people and religions who perpetuate it.  Out of all the things in the world you could be outraged about... a kiss?  Really?