Rights seem to be everywhere nowadays. Say hello to someone in the wrong way and you've violated 101 of their human rights. People imagine they have the right to all sorts of things - food, healthcare, housing, internet ... so many things are labelled basic rights and then you get onto their human rights - a favourite of the do-nothing bodies such as the UN to declare. Grandiose rights that set the world to right ... but change nothing in reality.
What rights should you really have?
I personally think the US constitution has it correct in that the only true rights are those that the government can guarantee. And that means that many of these other things cannot really be rights that can be demanded.
The only things that the government can absolutely guarantee are things that it will not do to you. So, you have the right to free-speech - the government won't prevent you speaking your political view. You have the right to freedom of association, the government won't lock you up randomly. You have the right to a fair trial if someone thinks you have disobeyed the laws that society decides to enact.
The only real rights you have are boundaries for the role of government in your life. Everything else is just wishful thinking.
You don't have the right to free healthcare, or to food, or to housing or the internet, because the government can't guarantee you those things nor should they - you should work to barter for them. They can try to provide an environment where people become Doctors, where enough food is grown, where there are enough houses and so on. But they cannot be under obligation to provide things that they cannot control and should not be in the business of competing in those markets. The only way they could control it is to force people to provide their labor ... which sounds a lot like slavery.
You also shouldn't have the right to demand the labor of others directly. This is where we get into ridiculous situations where someone demands that someone else bakes them a cake, a crazy offensive cake that they don't want to make. Again, the right should be that the government should not force you to provide your labor when you don't want to. But a false right is created and you have legal contradictions and endless court cases. The government ends up being used as a stick which is in direct contradiction of the only role government should play when it comes to rights - not to force their will on others.
Only when someone plays the role of "government" can you demand provision of service - someone in a government office shouldn't be able to deny you service because they don't like you or your views for instance.
Only when private enterprises reach "utility" status should they lose the right to deny service. Private companies and individuals can and should be able to discriminate for whatever reason they chose because that is the reality of human existence.
We should go back to a simpler time when the fundamental rights you have are the rights not to be killed, imprisoned or silenced by the government. When it comes to work, relationships and everything else - everyone has the right to ignore you and / or tell you to take a hike.
Everyone will have the right to be offended by anything they want ... but they have no right to do anything about it.