Hello everyone! Apologies if this post could be considered too political/religious/controversial.
I've been working on a tabletop/novel setting set in the High Middle Ages. The setting will be a mix of Ivanhoe, the Arthurian myths, and Game of Thrones all set just after the Second Crusade.
However, I feel like I have run into some problems. I feel like when I run a game, I'd want to run it in such a way that LGBT+ people are accepted, can get married, etc. for the sake of player comfort. Yet I know that the actual Middle Ages was anything but LGBT+ friendly. Is there a way I can balance both historical accuracy and the fictional aspects of medieval ages being homophobic?