You can say anything you want, whether or not what you say makes sense is all that really matters.Peachy. Are are these rights codified somewhere, or can we say anything is a human right?
Human rights are commonly assumed to refer, in some vague sense, to "fundamental" needs. In fact, some theorists go so far as to limit human rights to a single core right or two--for example, the right to life or the right to equal freedom of opportunity. The tendency is to emphasize "basic needs" and to rule out "mere wants".
For example, just because a woman wants an abortion does not give her the right to have an abortion.
The collective intelligence of society can and does determine that abortion is a mere want and not right. Furthermore the collective intelligence of society can and does determine that abortion is a crime against humanity.