We're breaking down the draws for Roland Garros 2017, perhaps the most unpredictable women's major in memory. We talk about the overarching themes (La Decima, Novak-Andre, notable absences, and the 10+ female contenders) but we also go in-depth with the draws. After that, we devote a long time to addressing Margaret Court's continued and unprovoked attacks on the lgbt community. We consider what exactly free speech means, the responsibility that comes with it, and the necessity to push back when our queer personhoods and families are under attack. 1:30 The themes of the Roland Garros draw: the wiiiide open women's draw 4:45 Some surprising favorites: Svitolina, Mladenovic, Stosur? 14:00 Going through the draw - which quarterfinals are most likely to happen? 24:00 Our bold and probably wrong predictions for the women's draw 27:15 Men's draw storylines: La Decima, Djokovic-Agassi, Thiem hopes to put a bow on his clay season 37:00 Men's draw analysis: follow along at home! 47:30 Men's bottom half: Nadal, Djokovic, Thiem, and? 50:45 The Rant: Margaret Court gets personal with her bigotry 57:50 The meaning of free speech: why "Everyone is entitled to an opinion" falls short 1:01:00 Why we need to fight back 1:09:00 Finishing on a happier note: WTA players Tara Moore and Conny Perrin are engaged!