In this essay, Amy Soule compares two stories, one from Parashat Vayera about Sodom, and one from the book of Judges, both about men seeking sex with men, and are offered women to rape instead. In the Sodom story, the men eventually have sex with the men; in the Judges story, they take the women. She questions why the story of Sodom is used to condemn homosexuality, while the story in Judges is hardly known. She argues that these stories both tell of heinous acts of rape, and neither addresses consensual sex between two gay men. finally, she argues that looking at both these stories can help us bring attention to the threat and danger rape pose.