Not all individuals and not all groups have RIGHTS.
What we see a lot of today are Fabricated Rights, that is rights that individuals and groups want us to believe our their rights, but in reality they are not real.
Like Smoker's Rights, which are not really rights, but actions that smoker's take under the guise of a Right.
Where is there a constitutional right to smoke?
There is none, and in fact when smoker's smoke in public they are really assaulting the people that are around them.
Smoking is a form of air pollution, and a public nuisance.
Yet for years Smokers have asserted that they have a right to smoke, over your right not to be assaulted by their smoke.
Today Same Sex advocates assert a Right to Marry.
There is no constitutional right to marry.
A right doesn't require a license, and marriage requires a license.
The licensing of marriage contains certain requirements that have to be met before a marriage license is issued.
Illegal aliens assert that they have the same rights as American Citizens foregoing the word "Illegal". They assert these rights without foundation, and at the same time immigrants trying to get into this country following Immigration Procedures are turned away by the millions.
You would think that going through a legal immigration process would give more right to those immigrants, than aliens who illegally get across the US Borders.
My take on this question is that many individuals and groups have desires that they confuse with rights.