Completely disagree. Plenty of media titles offer manservice, but it's simply ignored by people who are blinded by their "zOMG, the females are so sexualised!" statements. A classic example would be Dead or Alive, claiming it's just pure fanservice for the guys, completely ignoring the fact that the men in that game are just as sexualised as the females. The same goes for anime, such as when people say Fairy Tail is full of boobs and half-naked women, yet ignoring that a bunch of male characters frequently take off their clothes or have their clothes destroyed in combat, and on top of that, they all look ridiculously handsome. Then, there are shows that are full of manservice (such as DBZ and JoJo's), but nobody talks about it because it's taken as granted. Well, probably because most people who complain about inequality of fanservice seem to be guys themselves, so whenever they see a guy that would be considered handsome by a good portion of women, they overlook it and label it as 'it's just a guy'. Anyway, the nice thing about being games developer is that you can work on what you want to see in a videogame. If you want more fanservice directed towards women, there's nothing stopping you from making a game that has just that. Be the change you want to see.