A lot of talk about the representation of women in this movie but I felt that this more than the original Blade Runner really thought about women, what men want from women and their place in society. They are either commodified, sexualized, without agency, or reduced to their reproductive functions by corporations, men and society at large. This didn't feel to me exploitative but instead felt quite critical, especially with neon signs proclaiming that you can have anything you desire under naked hologram women. After all, the main thrust of the story is about Wallace obsessing over gaining control over the female body, hoping to create bioengineered wombs in replicants who have no agency so men can colonize the stars.
It absolutely depicts some brutal violence towards women and I wouldn't begrudge anyone not wanting to watch it again based on that, but I can't see a reading of this movie as being sexist in any way holding up.