Also there's no imperative to reserve your burger flipping for special meaningful people the way there's a moral imperative to not just be running around ****ing everything.
The point here is that people make choices like this that affect their own lives. No one person's morals are a standard for everyone else to follow.
What's the difference between running your hands all over someone's body, kneading, pushing the muscles, relaxing them entirely, pleasing them in many ways, (a masseuse) and a person who kneels before you and rubs your feet, cleans your toenails, files them, paints them, files the callouses off your feet (pedicurist), and a person who has sex as a service? What's the difference between flipping burgers for **** pay, for ungrateful people, in **** working conditions, being forced to allow people to degrade you publicly, and treat you like crap while you take it with a smile on your face and someone who has sex?
I'll tell you what the difference is.... the name of the profession. All professions sell a service. Some people would never work certain professions, because it's just not in their nature to work them. That doesn't mean that the people who DO work them are ****ed up for doing so.
There's no imperative to save my vagina for something meaningful either.Also there's no imperative to reserve your burger flipping for special meaningful people the way there's a moral imperative to not just be running around ****ing everything.
And you're right that there is a difference between flipping burgers and screwing for cash - prostitutes get paid a lot better.
As to moral imperatives, its irrelevant as far as the question of legality goes. The purpose of our laws is not to enforce morality, but preserve liberty. I don't think you're really advocating creating an American theocracy, are you?
As to what you want your off spring to do, that again has no bearing on the question of legality. There are plenty of jobs I wouldn't want my children or close family members doing, but that doesn't mean I support legally banning them.
Slipping into madness is good for the sake of comparison - Unknown.