The National Trust’s public programmes curator, Rachael Lennon, has now complained that the historic homes offered a great deal of information about marriages, inheritance and the role of families.
The highly paid senior curator added that the current narrative ‘privileges heterosexual lives’ and does not provide enough on ‘same sex desire’.
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The anti-family crackpot, who organised The National Trust’s Prejudice and Pride LGBT exhibitions in 2017, claims that the history surrounding stately homes gave ‘little space’ for gender diversity and excludes or misrepresents people “belonging to the LGBTQ community”.
Ms Lennon told The Telegraph: ‘In the historic house, there remains an emphasis in the collective imagination on the experiences of ‘the family’ often resulting in a narrative that privileges heterosexual lives.
‘The lives of elites are similarly privileged.’
However her comments were rebuked by the director general of the Historic Houses Association Ben Cowell who argued: ‘The danger for the Trust is that this is the point at which its adopted curatorial position starts to jar with the realities of history.’