I will answer injustice with justice.
In regards to Jorah, I have an idea on why Martin uses him and what can be learned by his role in the story. Jorah is a deconstruction of the classic courtly love trope. The Knight who loves a lady who cannot be with him. Except in ASOIAF, he's the Westeros equivalent of a neckbeard. He's entitled, whiny, selfish and dangerously reckless. He's always putting women on pedestals, and he's always disappointed they don't appreciate it. Maybe its Martin saying "Look how toxic this way of thinking is"