What is happening is a hunting expedition for an ogre. Hunting for ogres is only superficially opposed to certain power structures, being actually an expression of a prudish, misandric and sex-negative idea of feminism, or rather a cult of virginity masquerading as feminism. When female sexuality is seen in terms of ‘female worth’ we have a cult of virginity. That’s the opposite of gender equality, which would involve the opposite: ‘prices’ trending towards zero, female sexuality ceasing to be a scarce commodity.
The Weinstein case should be a starting point for reflection on the relationship between access to the female body and social status. We should as the first thing, today, ask this to ourselves: “is it good, just, rational and useful that in an advanced society female sexuality should keep being transactional as in the past?”. I believe that the answer of someone that is against sexism should be “no”.
It is however misleading to think that access to female sexuality could stop being a commodity that is traded if a situation of scarcity persists (since scarcity heavily incentivizes trade). In a post-scarcity state, where someone lower in status could be as satisfied as someone more socially prominent, the power structures involved in the Weinstein case would lose all meaning (why should someone use his position to obtain something that everyone could have anyway?).
In the world of porn sex is something more routine and there is more equality in this matter than in the rest of society, even if it’s still not enough equality; at least female sexual appetite is recognised and accepted, something which is not by any means universal. There are radical feminist thinkers, even ones with significant academic fame, that stated that heterosexual intercourse is always rape and many others, despite not outright supporting that extreme conclusion, reason along the lines that bring to it; this sort of idiocy doesn’t exist in porn.
Ideally, this access should cheapened until it’s as free as air. This can’t be done via some sort of totalitarian regime that forces everyone to have sex with everyone; fashion and media influence could on the other hand be leveraged to support the idea that it’s cool to be like me and that it is outmoded to be sexually selective. We should tell girls: to be hip and morally superior you should have as much sex as possible, be available to the ‘losers’, the outsiders, to random street vendors, to the ‘last’ among us. Do this even if you have to against a few of your instincts (the tendence towards being attracted to ‘winners’ and to select against the others is morally wrong but unfortunately natural); it is necessary to discover, even in sexual attraction, the beauty of being counter-instinctual.