About Game of Thrones, I actually found Dany's treatment of Jon to be infuriating. She spent eight seasons complaining about how her family was wronged, yet when she found out Jon was her nephew her reaction was to... tell him to lie about his parentage, let the world believe his real father, her own brother, was a rapist who kidnapped a young girl and raped her to death, pretend to be a bastard with all the stigma it carried in their world, and let his siblings (cousins) believe their father was unfaithful to their mother. All so she could recreate a dynasty that would die with her given that she was barren.
I've seen a lot of complaints about Jon's treatment of Dany but rarely the other way around. There's a part in episode four where Dany enters Jon's room when he's alone, asks him if he's drunk, starts kissing him when he confirms he is, complains about him telling her the truth when he breaks it off because he's uncomfortable, starts talking about how everyone loves him and not her (they don't know you), grabs his face when he's literally on his knees and pledging his loyalty, and tells him not to tell anyone so she can sit on the throne. When he tells her he can't lie to his family but that they "can all live together", her face immediately goes cold and she goes "we can, I just told you how" before walking off.
All I could think while watching this scene was that the dynamic would have been so obviously manipulative and abusive to anyone if the genders were reversed. Jon basically spent every episode trying to assuage Dany's worries and calm her temper because she kept holding his parentage over his head. He forced his own exhausted army to march on King's Landing following the battle at Winterfell to please Dany and reaffirm his loyalty to her. He consistently told her that he had her back, even when she threatened his own family to his face. Yet according to many, he's still to blame for Dany turning dark because he didn't continue to sleep with someone he didn't want to? And for telling the truth which has consistently been the one thing people have loved about him?
Imagine blaming a woman for her former lover becoming psychotic because she stopped sleeping with him, and expecting her to do everyone she was told to keep the man in line.