@acharlie1377: Its been a long time since I've played the game so no, I can't provide a specific example, but I'm absolutely certain it happens. Regardless, however, any singular moment, even the romance subplot, is important enough to count.
And go look at blades again, it is not as simple as that. There are tall, short, wider, thinner, buffer, and frailer aspects of blade appearance that vary. And I get that you think its presenting that message but you're literally arguing the same thing as you think they are by saying the appearance is the issue (as you did with comparing Lara to Mythra, as you are by reducing them to breast size and outfit choice). I've said before, and I will say repeatedly, the sexism is not how they're dressed or presented it is how characters react to the sexualization and normalize that that is the problem. You arguing that the appearance aspect of it is literally saying that there is a correct way for women to appear. That is just as problematic.