I've started two collections of favorites: Fictional Warriors, which will have images (art, cosplay photos, etc.) of combat-capable women or "action girls" (warriors, knights, assassins, martial artists, etc.) who are beautiful and portrayed with respect; and Real Warriors, which will have images of real-life or historical action women.
Portrayed with respect means they're respected AS FIGHTERS and dressed practically based on context. So, swordswomen, soldiers, etc. should be fully covered, while MMA fighters, gladiators, etc. can wear less complete clothing. For duelists, archers, etc., it depends. Definitely, there'll be no one in bikini armor or combat lingerie.
It also means they're respected AS WOMEN and portrayed tastefully. This is kind of subjective, but basically, female attractiveness is one thing, sexed up and soft-porned is another. So, there'll be no plugsuits, spandex costumes etc. that look or fit like body paint, and no poses like bending forward etc. to emphasize "assets".
They're action women, beautiful and deadly. Disrespect them at your own risk.