...Could she do so without so flagrantly inviting the male gaze? Of course! And it would behoove the Witcher to include more female characters doing just that. But scrubbing all male-gaze inviting characters isn't clearly the answer to the problem of art reinforcing sexism. Are only physically unappealing women capable of agency? Obviously not. So, to the extent that art mirrors real life, it should be able to represent attractive and unattractive characters with equal depth and richness, and a reasonably thoughtful consumer of art should be able to engage with different layers of characterization in different ways irrespective of their friendliness to male gaze.