Human rights are the fundamental, inalienable rights that everyone has simply because they are human. Human rights are universal, interrelated, and interdependent. Human rights, similar to relationships, are made up of a reciprocal, mutually beneficial exchange of responsibilities and entitlements. Every human has the right to experience healthy relationships, but unfortunately this right is not always realized due to a complex interplay of structural and individual factors. Health professionals and educators can challenge structural barriers that prevent the realization of these human rights, while empowering young people to discern and practice relationships that are healthy and meaningful. Using the overarching principles of human rights can help do both!