I hope not. I really hope not, and i'm not really seeing it myself, but hey, one never knows.
I've seen a few good Predator female designs, but then they get to the chest and it's like they can't help themselves.
I keep saying look at viking women or American Indian wardrobe. That's where you can see an influence that makes sense and from that you could design a female predator that isn't a glorified sex object with a monsters head on it. I mean, Predators have big heads to begin with yet somehow some of these artists still give them boobs that rival the size of their heads. It especially doesn't make sense if you're trying to design a warrior or a hunter kind of a character. They'd have that shit taped or strapped down.
Maybe they rewrote the script so Captured and Upgrade are actually married and this whole thing is a Predator divorce settlement.
I have definitely noticed this phenomenon
From what we've been shown so far in the mythos, traditional Predator style is tribal, so it'd make sense to keep both sexes in line with that aesthetic. I actually really like the idea of the females being akin to the viking women, with furs and such. Chests definitely get in the way of certain movement (that's why leotards are so tight, to make sure nothing is moving around while you're doing jumps, etc. Hell, that's the point of sports bras.) It would only make sense to bind if they're heading into the heat of battle and swinging from trees, roundhouse kicking. Don't understand the fixation on the grossly disproportionate Predator females in fanart, but my inkling is that if they were to ever make an appearance on the screen, it'd probably be similar to those
And I'll suffer through it with one, drawn out laborious sigh.