Women are sexy. Not all women are sexy but all those who are young, healthy and properly formed are.
Men and women appreciate the comeliness of a woman. As a subject of art or a character in fiction a female is typically meant to be sexually attractive. Why not? Feminists bemoan this reality but what is their alternative? Homely women who assert themselves with a huff and a puff of inhuman strength and intelligence? No thank you.
A tease or seduction is not what makes a woman sexy. Her voice, form, scent and mannerisms are innately alluring. Naughty words and sultry behavior may accentuate her appeal but they never establish it. A woman’s comeliness is naturally and gracefully unassuming.
A female, real or unreal, is never more appealing for being unattractive. She need not be beautiful. She may be hideous. Regardless, she is most interesting if sexy, somehow.
Reality is unfair. Though unreal, art and fiction only endure if relevant in reality. Women are expected to be sexy. Men are not. The females of art and fiction are generally dismissed if not somehow sexually attractive. The males bear no such generalized burden. Human nature is what it was and shall forever be. Our art and fiction are best when they make the most of who we really are.