It does for a fact, most famously in Leviticus and Romans.
But I think it doesn't say much because homosexuality was almost universally considered deviant and hardly worth special notice. The New Testament is not even all that fond of heterosexuality (although I must admit that I am very fond indeed), but "it is better to marry than to burn".
Such outliers as Ancient Greece are hardly the norm. Homosexuality in ancient times was mostly practiced by corrupt, inbred royalty not by the general population.