Game of Thrones’ Sophie Turner called Jon Snow a sexist
Honestly, she has a point
On last week’s episode of Game of Thrones, Sansa Stark and Jon Snow showed off their sibling rivalry with a public throw down. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Sophie Turner told us the real reason her character and Jon aren’t getting along.
She said, “The reality is Jon is the military man, and the sexism exists where he believes that [a man should be in charge]. And in reality, Sansa is a really wonderful politician, and he doesn’t recognize it enough to appreciate it… he is trying to be more of a politician, and he doesn’t know as much as she does. If they could just learn to collaborate.”
Jon Snow is a sexist PIIGGGG fam. SANSA IS THE BADDEST. LISTEN TO HER.
— ash ? (@WILL_HER0NDALE) July 18, 2017
Wow, a man doesn’t know how to listen and collaborate? Color me shocked! It’s a little disappointing Jon Snow – the hottest of Westerosi men – has to be this way. But let’s be honest, we all knew he was too good to be true.
Here’s to a season where Sansa shows him who’s boss – and preferably also kills Cersei with her bare hands.
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