There's plenty of major issues to be outraged by right now, but some conservatives are choosing to bemoan Wimbledon's decision to change how they recognize female athletes on their champions board.
Pink News reported conservative social media users and journalists alike are unhappy with the changes, which would remove sexist references to a woman's marital status on the sport's honors board.
As Pink News described it:
"Currently on the men’s honours board, male winners are referred to with their initial and last name, for example 'N Djokovic'..."
And then for the women's:
"For example Chris Evert, who won Wimbledon in 1981, is listed on the board as 'Mrs J M Lloyd', after her husband."
In Evert's case, despite her now ex-husband having nothing to do with her tennis career, it is his name recorded on the winner's board as "Mrs. J.M. Lloyd" for her 1981 single's women championship win.
The fact that accomplished women were not being noted by their own names up until recently is mind-boggling, but tennis players like Billie Jean King are excited to see the sport enter modern times.
Women being recognized for their own accomplishments is something to celebrate.
But there were also plenty of hateful and even transphobic reactions—almost exclusively by White men.
And not unexpectedly, noted misogynist Piers Morgan didn't have anything beneficial to add to the conversation either.
People quickly pointed out Morgan doesn't know what chivalry actually is.
This important and historical change will be implemented in time for the 2022 Wimbledon Championships, which will start on June 27 and go through July 10.