That oversexualisation of body of woman is everywhere.
Men are not unique consumers of that kind of pictures. Some women are clients of that.
Heterosexual women who would like to see same content with men’s bodies could produce it.
If it was the main reason : photography, sculpture, any figurative art would encounter same barrier.
I think like icyou520. Their surroundings may try to take them away from computers, from diplomas, from jobs…
But they have absolutely same abilities, same bias, same passion, same misconceptions as men’s ones.
We will not force them to make 3D.
We can only make good movies, good video games, good stills, good 3D prints, etc…
When confronted to that art, if they answer that is not interesting : they are free to make anything else.
We can only encourage them to try 3D if they liked something using it but don’t dare.
At that moment, we can share our knowledge.
They are not stupid. They know that a penis is not useful to handle stylus of a graphical tablet.
And a graphical tablet is all you need to play with sculpt mode, texture paint mode and grease pencil.
They are not less enduring than men and can learn complicated technical tasks like lookdev and rigging.
They are also able to speech freely and criticize other members of community work or ideas.
But if when they are not locked in , they don’t confront themselves to a world : they can’t become part of it.