Joe Francis and The Girls Gone Wild Theory of Jeff Epstein

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Joe Francis, the man who built an empire on young girls exposing themselves for his "Girls Gone Wild" videos, offers a completely self-serving theory about entrepreneurialism and sex to a writer for the LA Times magazine.

"Sex sells everything," he says. "It drives every buying decision . . . I hate to get too deep and philosophical here, but only the guys with the greatest sexual appetites are the ones who are the most driven and most successful."

This was crap when we first heard it as the feminist theory of capitalism—that successful businessmen were simply acting out their rape fantasies on the economy. And it's truly disgusting crap coming from anyone who does the things Joe Francis is alleged to have done in the article—assaulting a reporter, getting a teenager drunk and more-or-less raping her, and generally being an ass. No idea about how much of this story is accurate but if even if it's dimes-from-dollars, it’s awful stuff.
We couldn’t help but remember that Jeffrey Epstein is reportedly interested in alternative theories of evolutionary psychology. Maybe he and Joe should get in touch with each other.
'Baby, Give Me a Kiss' [L.A. Times Magazine]

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