She sells companionship and her time, and there are powerful, wealthy men lonely enough to pay for it. Attractive women, will use their power to influence some men to part with their hard earned money, and I don’t see anything immoral about that, because the men clearly are not coerced.
I do think it’s sad that powerful men can’t establish mutually fulfilling friendships, familial relationships or even identify protégés that would not ask a mentor to pay them. In my mind, that’s absolutely ridiculous, and shame on the men that do so, when there’s so much opportunity inequity in this world.
Whether it’s convincing a man to marry and legally sign over half his future earnings, or to pay for her time, or body, attractive women will do what historically is in their nature. It’s up to men to wake up, challenge the objective value of what they’re getting in return, and realize that as long as they’re the ones paying, then the customer is always right.
Men have themselves to blame for their continual emasculation.