Justin Bieber Talks Abortion, Sex, and Politics

"I don't think you should have sex with anyone unless you love them," he says

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    Justin Bieber is anti-abortion, pro-universal health care, and has a picture of himself taking in a sunset with rumored sweetheart Selena Gomez on his desktop.

    These are just some of the juicy revelations brought to light in a Rolling Stone interview with the teenage pop sensation that covers everything from politics to sex. The issue, featuring Bieber in a black leather jacket and blowed-back bangs on its cover, hits newsstands February 18.

    "I don't think you should have sex with anyone unless you love them," the "Never Say Never" singer said on the topic of abstinence until marriage. "I think you should just wait or the person…you're in love with."

    Bieber, 16, often dodges questions these days about his relationship with Disney actress Gomez. But he wasn't shy with his take on some political wedge issues.

    The Canadian singer said the U.S. health care system was one reason he never plans on becoming an U.S. citizen.

    "You guys are evil," he laughed. "Canada's the best country in the world. We go to the doctor and we don't need to worry about paying him, but here, your whole life, you're broke because of medical bills. My bodyguard's baby was premature, and now he has to pay for it. In Canada, if your baby's premature, he stays in the hospital as long as he needs to, and then you go home."

    The teen crush also shared his pro-life stance.

    "I really don't believe in abortion," Bieber said. "It's like killing a baby?"

    As for cases of rape: "Um. Well, I think that's really sad, but everything happens for a reason. I guess I haven't been in that position, so I wouldn't be able to judge that."

    Bieber isn't old enough to vote, but if he was he wouldn't know what ticket to side with.

    "I'm not sure about the parties," he told the magazine, "But whatever they have in Korea, that's bad."

    Selected Reading: Rolling Stone, MSNBC, Entertainment Weekly