I agree. Again, the choice to have only itty-bitty waists with bazookatits is another uncreative, unperceptive implementation by someone who does not know variable human anatomy. Of course, obviously this is all speculation. Females, without exception, have back-breaking gigantoboobs with a waist that would snap trying to support that weight. We all know this, right? Pft. As an example, some devs think "who wants a huge, square woman with no bust?", but they don't know that there are some who do, actually. I don't think it's too hard to have a couple body builds, or maybe some sliders, but then again, I could be wrong. I'm no dev. xD For example, look at Gwendoline Christie. She plays Brienne of Tarth on Game of Thrones. Blocky build, no major curves, no huge breasts. Six foot three. Absolutely gorgeous. She looks male as Brienne with armor, but you can tell she's female (by far my favorite GoT character). In some games, it's the same with males. Some games have it so that males have to be chiseled and strong-looking, and even if you choose the bulkiest build, you're still just a wall of muscle. Ugh. Not my preference. I'm so glad male Aurin are feminine, and there seems to be some slim builds for male humans. And while we're on the subject of races, I believe some of the choice of build is going to come from race, and that's something I guess we can fall back on when we can't build our preferred race of choice the way we want. Now to look from another perspective. I can see where the presence of somewhat larger breasts might be needed on some races. Take a look at Aurin again. Without at least a noticeable chest on the women, it's going to be very hard to discern males from females from afar. But is that so bad? The answer is still no, even from this perspective. Names, personalities, and character details such as hair and face are going to tell the inquirer "yes I am a female character". And really, who cares what random people, whom you may never interact with, think you are? People who know you will know what your character is. And who you are, if you want them to. That matters. That's it.