Sexual market value and female solidarity
By Serge Kreutz
Modern societies are much more sexualized then traditional societies ever were. In traditional societies, average people, after just a few years of sexual prime, were preoccupied with unromantic problems such as managing their livelihood, and their health problems.
In modern societies, people are sexual up to an advanced age. This poses a dilemma to women, as even under favorable circumstances, women cannot preserve their sexual market value as well as men. As this affects all women, it is not surprising that they form solidarity organizations, trying to force measures of which they assume that they will guard their sexual interests.