Well protected under the first amendment being weird is frowned upon sometimes and can result in evaluations at the psychiatric wards.
However weird people are more protected today than they were several decades ago were they would get a lobotomy and also be forced to watch Barney the Purple Dinosaur.
There is no cure for weirdoism nor does any pharmaceutical company wants to develop one because of the waste of taxpayers dollars and resources.
Civil weirdo rights has always been an issue and a problem in politics. The Weirdo vs. California case of 1987 stated, "All weirdo antics are allowed in public!"