The following image is not accurate of how the goddess Athena as she is traditionally depicted.
Classically, Athena is portrayed wearing a full- length chiton, with her helmet raised high on the forehead. Her shield bears at its centre the aegis with the head of the gorgon in the center and snakes around the edge. Athena also often is depicted with an owl sitting on one of her shoulders.
The relative consensus in late sculpture from the Classical period, the 5th century onward, depicts Athena with a round, strong, masculine chin with a high nose bridged as an extension of the forehead. The eyes typically are deeply set. The unsmiling lips are usually full, but the mouth is depicted fairly narrow, usually just slightly wider than the nose. The neck is somewhat long.
The net result is a serene, serious, somewhat aloof, and very MASCULINE beauty.
I apologize if the liberties if took in depicting of the goddess Athena as feminine and overtly sexual have offended you.