See, I disagree with that. It's not about "my rights", it's about me not doing something I don't want to do because I have that freedom of choice, and/or doing it because you want me to do it. But of course if that's what defines "my rights" so be it. Then it is my right.
If you're vaccinated, and mask-up, and the vaccine and masks are so effective as is hyped, what's the problem? No, the "but it's doubly effective" is a bogus response. I'll be blunt (again, as I have been in the past on this issue) ... you are not my responsibility any more than I am yours. It's not selfish, So then maybe it is my right to do and be what I want. There's no indication or proof I'm a threat to someone else. It's funny how "my body my choice" applies in some cases and not others.
I remember a totally inane and asinine conversation on these forums about not letting my child bring a peanut butter sandwich to school because some child may be allergic to peanuts. I would offer that the person not buy any deli salads from the bowls in the cases, when tuna salad and seafood salad are in the same case as pasta salad or potato salad. After all, someone may have an allergy to fish, and a deli worker could splatter a little tuna into your potato salad without realizing it. Conversely, someone may be allergic to eggs, and the egg salad or potato salad may "taint" the sesame noodles salad. I mean, for God's sake, c'mon already.
It's long past time people took responsibility for themselves and not require others to do it for them.