Which brings up the meaning of privilege. It is true that privilege is defined as having rights. But it differs in some aspects, privilege refers to special immunities or exemptions. For example we may claim executive privilege to do something that those we supervise cannot do. Parents may have the privilege of staying up late at night that they may not allow for their children.
Laws and God tend to give rights not privileges. We tend to take privilege of our own desires and wants at a given time. Rights tend to be thought out and planned well in advance where privilege may be taken on the spur of the moment because of a momentary or unexpected desire. Rights tend to have less flexibility than privileges.
Maybe a right is kind of like when we are kids and we ask permission to do something. If we are granted permission to do it, does that assume we also have permission to not do it? We have been granted the right to follow the Savior, to listen, consider and obey. We have no right to rebel or refuse or ignore or even be lazy. We are however given the privilege to do any of those things and many others according to our choice.
As I see it as manly men we recognize that we have no justification for doing any other thing than what is right. However we can choose as we please. So please remember that as you are maturing and growing in the gospel. Don't trick yourself into believing you have many rights to not do ...whatever. Instead, realize it is a privilege. Then we maybe can remember this famous saying: 'saved by right, hung by privilege'.