I don't know if she wishes harm on gays, but she has admitted that she's "converted" people in her congregation at her church. You give an example of "hatred being spewed out on social media," and I know you're right to say that some cultures behave more harshly toward gays than what Court has done, but you're also forgetting that Court did shame a tennis player on social media for choosing to raise a child without a father. Court may phrase her beliefs in a nice way, as in, "I don't wish to hurt them," but that doesn't make her comments any less hurtful. Yes, others should be taken to task for spewing hatred, but Court, along with any other celebrity, will be given more criticism simply because she's famous. When you're in the public eye, any offensive comments will be heavily scrutinized.Like many of her generation she holds beliefs that gay relationships are wrong, but she hasn't and doesn't wish any harm on anyone. People need to stop treating her like some kind of pariah. What is far more dangerous to gay people today is the hatred being spewed out on social media, certain countries in the world that criminalise and often kill gay people and what is spread in most religious institutions in countries where it is not illegal in any way. Concentrate on those rather than pick on some elderly religious woman, who may not be saying things you like but deserves her place in sporting history. Anybody going after soft targets like her and ignoring vile regimes and not complaining when the WTA or ITF has an event in those regimes, is a hypocrite and somewhat selective as to what offends them.