As mentioned in another thread, I don't appreciate either philosophy or religion very much. When I was younger I would debate politics. I was naive. I thought there were some truths in politics, there are not, only opinions. Winners and losers.
Out laws are based on the morals people have learned to live by, and are mainly from religion, but do have lots of technical details.
I've formed some extreme opinions about human rights. The rights that concern mainly you alone I would defend to the extreme.
You have the right to determine your own fate. Sign a paper that says you will not be kept alive by artificial means if you go into a coma, and it should hold. Commit suicide when you want.
Abortion concerns a fetus and a woman. A male impregnated her, but I do not believe he has any rights to the fetus, only the baby that is finally delivered. Therefore, she gets to decide, even if she is only 9 years old.
All my opinions try to avoid any judge being involved in the decision. It may be that a family wants you to die and so inherit you. There you may need to have a court involved, if there is a conflict between what you stated when you were of sound mind and could communicate. But if you can still communicate, you decide.
I do not get involved too much in these issues, but if I get tio vote, I may support a wacky candidate or referendum if my rights are involved.
The rights do not extend to guns, my opinion, as there other people are involved, not just you.