But Navratilova as her own complicated history on trans rights.
January 07 2020 7:54 AM
Court, who once said that LGBTQ people want to destroy marriage, Easter, and Christmas, said that the antigay rugby star is being "persecuted."
The tennis champ and renowned homophobe clapped back at Wintour's call for a name change to Australia's Margaret Court Arena.
The tennis champion who recently said that there would be "no Easter" if marriage equality passed in her country, accused the government of wanting to "stifle" and "silence" Christians.
Veteran sportscaster Mary Carillo spent days with Court at her ministry in Australia, where she feeds the homeless and espouses the idea that homosexuality can be cured.
Court, who has a history of making virulent anti-LGBT statements, tries to prove she doesn't hate gay people by mentioning she uses a gay florist at her church.
Barry Court defended his wife, anti-LGBT tennis champ Margaret Court, when King called for a name change to Margaret Court Arena.
Australian tennis champ Court has amped up her hateful anti-LGBT statements since marriage equality passed there late last year.
Court said she's skipping the Grand Slam at the Margaret Court Arena to go crabbing, but she also said "there will be a price to pay" for passing marriage equality.
If Australians voting "yes" to marriage didn't upset Court enough, Martina Navratilova dragged her on Twitter about the upcoming holidays.
The tennis champ famous for her anti-LGBT views says same-sex marriage will destroy all major holidays.
Jessica McNamee weighed in on whether the stadium honoring the anti-LGBT tennis icon should be renamed.