Pro-choice for whom one should legally marry (i.e., no forced marriages).
Pro-choice for legal “sexual orientation change.”
Pro-choice for choosing your religion (or lack of one).
Pro-school choice (whether it is the choice of which public school to attend or the option of home schooling).
Pro-choice of parents to know if their children are receiving birth control at school.
Pro-choice of parents to know if their children are having an abortion, which involves great physical and mental risks to their daughters in addition to destroying their grandchildren.
Pro-choice for medical professionals not to perform abortions or dispense abortion pills.
Pro-choice to own guns.
Pro-choice of the unborn to determine if they can live.
Pro-choice for secret union ballots.
Pro-choice to access conservative radio shows.
Pro-choice to teach the flaws of Darwinian evolutionary theory.
Pro-choice of people to choose how they want health care insured or provided.
Pro-choice on the voters of America to decide social issues instead of having judges ignore the will of the people.
And so on. So yeah, I’m pretty pro-choice.
Oh, wait, you meant “pro-choice to crush and dismember the unborn, who we know from science are most definitely human beings?”
No, I don’t think people should have that choice unless it is to save the life of the mother.
I’m too pro-science to be pro-choice.