I agree about the Cinemax thing. I think “premium” cable tends too much towards trying to be like immature teen boys in its approach to nudity. I think sometimes nudity can be part of the art, but too often it’s just there for clicks.
That being said, I think it gets a lot trickier when it comes to clothed but sexy characters. Because what is “naughty” to some is simply attractive or fun for others. I also think there’s a couple of movements that have gone really far in trying to classify all expressions of sex in clothing as “sexualization” or “objectification,” and while I think it is certainly someone’s right to feel uncomfortable at the drawing of a character you like, it’s tricky to accuse someone of liking an “objectified” character if they’re not actually nude or explicitly being sexual. The recent Robin 80th Anniversary special comes to my mind, since the Stephanie Brown story was about how her costume didn’t fit because it was originally for a boy, and Steph is a 16-17 year old girl, and so it rips a bit. I don’t think that’s sexualization - but there was a certain group of fans who were incredibly outraged about it, and I think that was unhelpful, even though I also think it’s totally their right to feel uncomfortable about it. I don’t think it’s their right to accuse everyone who didn’t have that reaction of being in favor of “sexualization.”