look, all this talk of Kahvi being "too muscular" or toned or gnarly is just silly.
She is what she is. She's tough, hard edged. She spent her entire life fighting-- so I imagine that would make her muscular. She's straightforward, plainspoken and doesn't show weakness-- no matter what.
She ain't no blushing violet. But that's her character. To look for her to be something else... or talk as if she should be something else, is to ignore her personality and the role in the story.
She's certainly no icon of sterotypical feminity-- but then, why should she be? That's not what she's about