Have you heard about the new gay-friendly Bible? It features a rainbow-colored cross on its cover and is called (wait for it) the "Queen James" version. According to the editors, King James I, the man behind the popular Bible translation, was a bisexual "known amongst friends and courtiers as 'Queen James' because of his many gay lovers." This new version, named in his honor, aims "to prevent homophobic interpretations," with several controversial verses strategically tweaked. "We wanted to make a book filled with the word of God that nobody could use to incorrectly condemn God’s LGBT children," the editors explain. Sounds fabulous.