Friendly reminder that in A Storm of Swords, on their wedding night, while Tyrion was naked and aroused and Sansa was naked and terrified, she recalled her Septa’s words that “all men are beautiful in their own way” and tried to find the beauty in Tyrion.
THIS THIS THIS
MY SWEET BABY ANGEL LEMON CAKE.
MY BB SHE WOLF IS A COURTEOUS ANGEL WHO DESERVES HOME AND HAPPINESS
Honestly what I find even more important about this scene is that, in the end, she cannot find the beauty in him. She thinks to herself that he is physically grotesque (in a way rejecting her septa’s teaching that “all men are beautiful”) and then summons up the courage to say “And if I never want you to, my lord?”
She doesn’t play the good little wife, not really. But Sansa is a she wolf, after all. :)