The women in Game of Thrones don’t live in a prosperous world, (as much as women in the real world) but there are dominant depictions of personas that endure and prosper even at those stipulations. This isn’t to state that the TV show is faultless at the depiction of women. Nude women are sexually objectified without narrative purpose. In spite of and seldom because of their sexual depravity, however, many female characters go on to evolve into rational, able women.

Here my list of the top five women of Game of Thrones who I Stan for life.

Arya Stark

Smart, tough and strong are the expressions that define Arya. Arya has a tough individualistic flare and cannot be shifted off from a business that she’s fixed her intention to. She protests to being harassed, and won’t let anyone push her around. While these features are intended to get her into repeated strain, Arya has the smartness and courage to withstand even the most troubling situations. In Westeros, Arya is fashioning her own path in a world where women are banished to the sidelines.

Sansa Stark

Of all the Starks enduring, Sansa is the only one who hasn’t had any supernatural help to get to where she is. She isn’t anything her siblings are. Sansa is a mediocre person in a violent world. That’s one of the foremost reasons she is fit to correlate with characters on a level that Jon, Arya, and Bran cannot; she is pragmatic, educated, and strong in her own way. That’s why her maturity over the seasons has been so fabulous to see because she doesn’t have enchanting abilities or dragons to protect her.

Missandei of Nath

Missandei comes from the humblest of beginnings. Aside from being a queen’s personal adviser, she’s a part of her chamber, the most esteemed people in the queen’s private cabinet. She’s advanced from an oppressed victim and a piece of property to this free-thinking, free-feeling person with passions, ideas, and power.

Missandei and Daenerys’s association has become one of the genuine relationships on the show. They are two influential women enduring in a world governed by men.

Brianne of Tarth

Women and girls are not reckoned to be huge. Not towering; not broad; not heavy. That’s what we’re often told. For those judgments and more, Brienne of Tarth on Game of Thrones is a compelling character for young female watchers particularly.

We have witnessed gender binaries dimmed through her. We have seen the societal interpretation of “femininity” strained, shredded, and completely smashed. We have gained that womankind does not seem or appear or function in a singular way. We have seen that women can be just as powerful, persuasive, and aggressive as the men in armor around them. And we have learned that having a genuine heart and a great sword skill are not mutually incompatible. That’s exactly why she’s precious to modern women everywhere.

Daenerys Targaryen

Why she isn’t just a fictional figure but an inspiration of strength and dignity? She is the one who changed the entire level of ‘Male Protagonist Culture’ of TV.

Daenerys Targaryen established her simplistic strategy of employing her powerful points and uses it at the accurate time. She understood that the tough times are going to stop one day but she anticipated for that moment; perseverance and tenacity made her through every damn difficulty. She is humble but she retaliates, kind though determined, friendly but tactful enough to defeat the battling army with anything that it could take.

They say that “A woman is the full circle. Within her is the power to create, nurture and transform” Danaerys Stromborn portrays such an exceptional role to inspire women out everywhere.