A new controversial book by an academic at the LSE has caused a storm with his suggestion that women should use their looks to move forward
After bombardment good old media, the term "erotic capital" - invented by Dr Catherine Hakim, a sociologist at the London School of Economics - has become an expression of fashion week. Hakim's new book, to Thursday, is called Money Honey: The erotic power of capital. Here's a quick review: the erotic capital is a combination of "beauty, social skills, fashion sense, fitness, vitality, sexual attraction and sexual competition." And if it is usable by everyone, Hakim argues that women are more likely to do so, because men want more sex than women.
In an article entitled "ugly win attractive and lost in the rat race today" in the Evening Standard, Hakim explained the concept. " Today, the financial benefits of attractiveness equal yields as many young women since beauty is as important as education. "Those who hold the erotic capital have an advantage, she said." These people smile in the world and find that the smiles and the world remembers them. "
less inclined to smile was Zoe Williams in The Guardian, who has had problems with the underlying idea of ??a "male deficit." She writes: "... this area is culturally loaded There are certain expectations, which is centuries old, male sexuality is rampant lawlessness and expectations, and equal and opposite of female sexuality This could - call me crazy - the impact in the way men and .. women, the report expressing and processing their sexual desire. "
more support comes from the vine when Sarah, who would attack feminist Sheila Jeffreys Hakim "refreshing and back." She writes: "Apparently [Hakim] goes back to the old conceptions of femininity In fact, his ideas are the most modern of the modern. To show women to claim these aspects of themselves instead of denying or control them. "
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