The fact that most people can't distinguish rights from privileges is one of the fundamental flaws in consciousness.
Rights are universal. Not only every human, but every ISBE has the same rights.
Privileges are based on the right of ownership and are always granted through contract.
For example, in a marriage or sexual relationship you grant your partner the privilege to have sex with you, because you own your body. That's part of the contract you made.
Most of what people call rights are actually privileges, e.g. the privilege to vote. There is no right to enforce the will of a majority upon a minority. The vote is only valid if the consequences are limited to the people who participate freely, meaning there's a contract by which the minority accepts the will of the majority after an election. But current democracies don't see it that way - most people think the majority creates rights everyone has to obey, which is nothing more than a sophisticated form of slavery.
Confusing privileges with rights stems from the belief that the world is owned by an authority, and that obeying the authority grants you rights like a contract grants privileges.
Authority is defined as a force taking possession of something it doesn't own naturally, like the pope "owning" the world on behalf of God, or parents "owning" their children as if they were things. The latter is were authoritarianism actually comes from.
Reptilian and insectoid species are more prone to authoritarianism because they normally lay eggs, which from the parent's perspective are things they own. Mammalian species on the other hand give birth to breathing, helpless little beings, creating an emotional bond and the capacity for love right from the beginning.