Interesting! I believe that a person's safety is important but that their freedom should not be breached or compromised.
You need a balance of both. You risk being shot every time you go out I'm public, but you can't lock yourself up in your house for the rest of your life. But that doesn't mean you should be reckless
you're considering caging a daughter huh?
Freedom, without a doubt
Safety, because you can't be free if you're dead.
There is no safety without freedom. The only safety is the safety you can guarantee yourself.