"Riches, power, fame and women" are umbrella words often used for describing the things that most people aspire to get. The lowest of our core humans desires: Material possessions, control over others, recognition, respect and ego-related desires, and carnal desire.
I usually have a problem with the latter and I struggle to find a proper substitution.
To quote a question from worldbuilding that recently reminded me of this issue:
(...)But, it would make sense that at least a few wizards would want to use their powers to gain riches, fame, women and power.
Here, I read the word women to mean "people who satisfy their sexual desires", which... doesn't necessarily need to be female. Or... humans, but that goes beyond the scope of this question.
I don't feel like "women" is an appropriate umbrella term to use
Why it doesnt work: Sexism
I consider this an inappropiate term due to sexist connotations an historical objectification of the gender. Yes, people are being objectified on the context of the sentence but one shouldn't need to reference a historical objectified group for referencing a common human desire, understandably alienating a wide portion of your audience.
Why it doesnt work: Context
It also doesn't really work in many contexts, since it makes way too many assumptions about the targets, like their sexual preference. For instance, in the first example it gives the impression that all the wizards (or at least the offending ones) are straight males, which may or may not be the author's intent.
What would be a better broad term to use in this context?
Note: It can be multiple words as long as it sounds natural