What. The Balls. Are you all going on about? Reality attack - This is what the Wildstar characters are depicted wearing: Dirty combat jeans and a T-shirt with oil on it. Full spaceplate and a some kind of hair-tent? A carpet. An Alienware branded metal trenchcoat. What kind of bizzare reality distortion field would you have to be living inside to be arguing about space-bikinis and an evening gown in the context of Wildstar? For 19 pages? There's only 1 character that is portrayed sexually in the concept material, and it's a bloody lizard woman with horns and scales, that is clearly intended to be a comic relief pin-up for the Granok accessories. Do the female character models have hips and breasts? Why yes they do! Because the designs are drawn in an exaggerated cartoon style. Stylised art exaggerates important features of the subject so that they stand out and easily convey the artist's intention. The features of a clothed male body shape that most cleary distinguish it as male are broad shoulders, thick arms and a heavy jaw. The features of a clothed female body shape that most clearly distinguish it as female are breasts and wide hips. I'm sorry, but that is how you're made, it's in the Wiki and everything. That is why when an artist wants to create an exaggerated silhouette that clearly differentiates between important player choices such as wether your character is male or female, they emphasise those features. It isn't a male chauvinist conspiracy, it isn't pandering to 12 year old boys, it's human anatomy and the natural exaggeration of it for stylistic purposes. If this type of art style is offensive to you then you should probably take it up with Disney first, because they damn well invented this look, and one of their employees is also involved in the art direction of WS. Disney, you sleazy pit of male sexual lust and unsavoury intentions, how dare you put wide hips on our giant space bunnies!