Including prostitution as an acceptable profession alongside any other is, in reality, a product of a neoliberal system in which everything is considered acceptable for an avenue for product.
Prostitution fundamentally differs from other forms of selling labour as it is tied to repressive views on gender and marginalisation, and signals that women are sexual products for male consumption. Decriminalising prostitution perpetuates the idea that the oppression of women is acceptable.
Additionally, unlike other professions people cannot freely ‘choose’ to enter prostitution; rather, they are forced to by circumstance. The state sanctioning of this industry is comparable to the state sanctioning of slavery.