Back a while now, there was a furore in Germany because women claimed they were being forced into prostitution. How it happened was this. If a woman was unemployed, before she claimed benefit payments she must take any job available to her. And there were 'vacant positions' for 'sex workers', meaning the people who ran the industry were trying to recruit women to work in it. So the logic went, that a woman who could find no other work would have to do that.
This sounds like a mad mixture of political correctness and beauracracy. Political correctness says that you must not value judge an occupation or the people who do it, as long as it is legal. Therefore you can't condemn prostitution or those who work as prostitutes, because it is legal in that nation, and you shouldn't condemn it. Then beauracracy says, there is a form of employment you can go into so you cannot claim unemployment benefits.
Could this be the sort of outrageous stupidity that arises when we are not allowed to claim Christian morality? We can only judge by what the law says, and who says the law has got it right? A person is not allowed to insist that prostitution is degrading, and refuse to do it; that would be 'value-judging'. This is what can happen when a nation becomes so secularized that Christian teaching is considered inappropriate.
There are reasons accepted for declining a given job, such as being claustrophic and not suited to coal-mining. But personal morality is more complicated. Those opposed to a moral position call it 'value judging', or 'bigotry', or whatever they think will intimidate. And this is the problem a secular society has when it tries to frame its laws without admitting such things as spiritual belief. Come to that, not only Christian people might be horrified at the idea of prostitution. So we need to get back the right to say, a thing is wrong if it offends the Laws of God. We need to stand on our faith and not let our Christian stance be argued away by 'clever' commentators deriding it as 'personal' or 'bigotry' And law-makers must never be allowed to override that.