Thanks for pointing this out.
A whore, generally, provides a service in demand at a price. No contract need be negotiated, and upon payment, service is rendered.
Competition in that space is such that you can’t afford to ignore customer service either.
Now, what we used to do in college is rank all of the professions within society that have some veneer of respectability that fall generally below the ethical watermark set by prostitutes.
Let’s not discount the fair bit of skill as an actress and as a sex partner that goes into being a truly great prostitute either.
It’s a fun game, and you can even argue about where on the list BELOW prostitute some of these professions should be ranked:
So, starting at the TOP with:
Used Car Salesman
TSA Pat Down Guy
Union Employee (Someone taking a paycheck from a union)
Pundit (both sides of the aisle these days)
Judicial Branch of the United States
Ambassador (any US Ambassador these days)
Highway Patrolman in a Blue State
The Entire 9th Circuit Court of Appeals
Editor and Publish of the New York Times
All Three Rating Agencies
The Department of Education
Member of any legislative ethics committee, anywhere in the US at this time
Medical Insurance Company CEO (and Board)
Pharmaceutical Sales Rep
The list goes on and on . . .
Remember, to qualify, the occupation must be such that you get less value for money than you would from a prostitute, and the ethical standards being that with a prostitute, thee is a verbal contract carried out without the aid of documents or attorneys, and that a modicum of skill is required.
The very best prostitutes also display an enthusiasm for the task across numerous encounters with various unsavory characters in varying states of hygiene.
You forgot Soros.