I may not be a perfect person but at least I have never yelled at an employee in a store
"The intensely patriarchal Westeros gives women two paths towards success: they can either work within the system, or reject it all together. Arya literally pretends to be a boy to escape King’s Landing, but Sansa cloaks herself in the mask of proper lady-hood to survive. This shouldn’t make her unworthy of respect. It just offers an alternative narrative of how women may navigate a man’s world. Sansa may be girly, but she’s not weak; she just finds her strength within femininity itself."
"Why Sansa Stark is the Strongest Character on Game of Thrones" (x)