Let's just focus on one point...that ScarJo's character is part of a male-dominated system. There is certainly a guy on a motorcycle, but I don't think the film ever indicates he has any power over her. It is just as easy to see him as janitor as it is to see him as minder. He does her dirty work vis a vis finding her clothes, retrieving left items that might link her, etc. As far as I remember, he never interacts directly with her or intimidates her. Even after she "rebels" (I did not pick up a sense of rebellion, only of her pitying the man with the deformity), she wasn't pursued.
I'm more willing to get into the capitalist interpretation...though I feel like they'd need to expand the function of the commodity to make this work at all. I have no idea what the byproduct of these men does. Is it a luxury item? But she uses her value as an object, because that's all she's got, to damage average men. Divide and conquer to the benefit of the 1% who are mostly men. Sounds great, but for this interpretation to hold any water, I'd need some reason to suspect there is an elite that is benefitting. Instead, the only reason I can tell she does it is because it is what she does. Apparently the film is saying all women know is trying to be sexy and thereby destroying men? That is half-feminist.