Freedom and responsibility go hand-in-hand. That’s why I’m both pro-choice and pro personal responsibility. Politicians shouldn’t intrude on a woman or couple’s most personal, private, and painful decisions; no one has the right to use government to impose their personal religious beliefs on someone else. But that doesn’t mean people should engage in unprotected sex and use abortion as a form of birth control. We should start forgetting about our differences and focus instead on what we can agree on. That’s the way to reduce abortions and to reduce unwanted pregnancies, particularly teenage pregnancies. The best way to do just that is to make sure every adult has access to medical information and birth control, and to provide honest, age-appropriate sex education to our kids.