Excuse me but I feel this whole "oversexualization" argument to be totally disingenuous. I don't think these people actually care about women, or how they feel about themselves or their own bodies. And another thing, why should Riot have to pander to these people who either a. have body issues that are their own issue to work out, or b. are pushing their patriarchy onto these characters who dare to be powerful and sexy? It's disgusting. Why is their sexiness something to be fixed? It isn't and deal with it.
There is nothing wrong with these characters, and there is nothing wrong with their sexuality. These characters, are just that, characters. They are also all powerful in their own right. Leona is on par with Janna. And it's silly that people feel the need to throw a hissy fit when a female who, oh goodness no, has curves comes out.
You are putting the Devs in a position where they have to defend, of all things, the looks of the character they came out with. Now they have to sound sympathetic to treating females equally, but still have to try to not push characters who could honestly pass for a male at first glance. Lay off, and let them do what they want, don't put them in a box. Give suggestions, but don't try to limit their creativeness. This pisses me off, here's a support champ and we have to talk about how she looks, and not how we need more supports. No talks about the kit, or design, we have to talk about breasts. Honestly. Stop pushing your body issues and your insecurities on these FANTASY CHARACTERS.
And for the Reds I love Nami, she's an awesome support champ, and so much fun to play. Her W feels great to land, and her heal is a creative way to have a heal on a support and make it rewarding to use it in the right situations. Great job, can't wait to see the next one. Please don't make us wait until July for it. <3