The "Recreation of Thrones," universe depicts violence, patriarchy, and misogyny from the bloody battle scenes to the terrifying prospect of child marriage.
Based on Milly Alcock's portrayal of Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen, in "Home of the Dragon," some of this misogyny can be found in the online fandom.
Alcock is able to see the storyline from a unique perspective. She had never seen "Recreation of Thrones" before landing the Rhaenyra Targaryen position.
She said, "It's like a part-time job," and suggested Nylon observe the dialogue about her character on the internet. It is a very difficult house to navigate.
The Australian actor believes that the present's content material offers an extra layer to help her emotionally navigate,
in addition to adjusting to seeing her face all over the internet. Rhaenyra's relationship with Girl Alicent Hightower (Emily Carey), her father's close friend,
is one of many main themes of the show. She claims that the commentary on this relationship is where she sees followers' misogyny in action.