That's just my point, I'm going to wait and see how this informs their adaptation of Sansa. However, at this point, I don't really see how it adds to her character, or why it needed to be done. It didn't come off as more meaningful, it just seemed like cheap shock value. Similar to what they did with Jamie and Cersei. I could very well be wrong, but that's just my reaction as of now. Oh, I have no problem with the show including acts of rape, in fact I believe I answer that very question you're asking in the post you quoted, you just left that part out. No, as I said before, this is based off Medieval Europe, which was an incredibly brutal world. Rape and torture were commonplace. It's all about the story for me. And as of now, I'm not sure why this act was included, and how it adds anything to Sansa's story. I'm going to wait and see, but as of now it just seems to be gratuitous. Adding violence simply for the sake of violence is cheap storytelling. And I said we were already seeing Sansa's transition. She's not there yet, but she's growing towards that point, or at least seems to be.