You talk about sexual perversion and objectification, but the fact that something is sought after is independent of capitalism. Capitalism doesn’t make things wanted, the fact that certain things are wanted is what fuels capitalism
The mere fact alone that you refer to a sexual relation as “something that is sought after” further supports my point about commodification. The woman becomes a thing rather than an existential being. So, if you really read what I wrote, then you would know my argument on why “things being sought after” are not “independent of capitalism”.
Also, to address your point that “Capitalism doesn’t make things wanted, the fact that certain things are wanted is what fuels capitalism,” you may want to consider the perspective that profit drives capitalism, and profit is attained by convincing people they must consume. What really makes us want a commodity? These are abstract questions you need to ask.
I understand you only have 100 characters to type when “replying” to a post so I apologize if I misconstrued what you wrote.