@Sillypiggyoink The Duke of Moray would be the descendants of Macbeth (or Lady Macbeth to be more precise) in 1066. I'm hoping that like CK1, the Duke of Moray starts with a claim on the Scottish throne; should make for an interesting game. A rivalry with the descendants of Clan Duff in Fife would indeed be cool.
On a separate note, I just don't get the point of a homosexual attribute for women. It would have absolutely no consequences on the woman's ability to conceive. For a woman in the middle ages, to not marry was pretty much unthinkable (not to mention unchristian), and if she does indeed marry, she would not have had a choice in producing an heir. Perhaps a woman of great power (Duchess or higher) would have a choice, but for a meare countess, no chance. This is the middle ages ffs, it was common practice for a husband to force his wife into sex regardless of her wishes, just like the way a man might rape a woman he desired beforehand, to ensure that she would feel forced to marry him in Christian practice. It seems to me that paradox are placing modern values on a historic game. Just my opinion.
edit: If the homosexual trait for women was just for flavour/friendship events and have no real bering on producing heirs, then no big deal, but I object to the fertility penalty. Doesn't make sense imho.