Human beings have special rights.
Human beings have special rights from the moment of their creation.
Human beings have special rights for one reason: we stand apart from evolution. Most other living beings are bound to evolution by natural selection, but by our own volition, human beings are now free! We have done this using knowledge. People are born and live today who in the past would not have survived.
Any beings with the ability to unshackle themselves from evolution would be deserving of equal special rights.
A human being is determined by DNA.
DNA does not confer rights. DNA does not have rights. DNA is merely a reliable way to determine if someone is a human being.
Completeness does not confer rights. Incomplete human beings have the same rights as complete human beings.
Independence does not confer rights. Dependent human beings have the same rights as independent human beings.
Human beings are inherently disordered. Ageing and decay are symptoms of disordering.
There is no perfect human being.
A human being is one that has not been genetically modified. While it may be justified to genetically modify a human being to prevent their suffering, they must be prevented from contaminating future human beings.
No genetically modified being shall be permitted to procreate with a human being.
The purpose of human beings is to procreate and to live an ordered existence.
The purpose of male and female human beings is inherently in conflict, this is due to their complimentary and adversarial relationship.
The purpose of female human beings is to acquire the best available male human being and to procreate with him.
The purpose of female human beings is to acquire the best available male human being to provision for her and her offspring.
The female disorder: hypergamy (the need to collect the best seed possible).
The purpose of male human beings is to create order.
The purpose of male human beings is to be desirable to female human beings.
The male disorder: philandering (the need to spread as much seed as possible).