With everything that's happening in the world these days, all the violence and the hate and the sadness, you'd think that people would be able to save their outrage for things that actually mattered.
You'd think that, but you'd be so incredibly, woefully wrong.
Donald Trump is putting white supremacists in charge of the U.S., but people are pissed about some onesies that Olivia Wilde bought for her baby.
Why are you like this, 2016?
To give a little background, Olivia has always been a loud and proud feminist.
In September, back when she was still pregnant, she revealed the gender of her baby sort of as a way to bash then-presidential candidate Donald Trump.
She tweeted a link to a Clinton campaign ad that showed young girls looking sad as audio of Trump being the horrible, sexist person he is played in the background.
Along with the link, she wrote "As someone who is about to have a daughter, this hits me deep in my core."
On October 11th, she did have that daughter of hers, an adorable baby she named Daisy Josephine. She even brought Daisy along with her on Election Day.
"Baby girl's first election," she captioned this photo with her husband, Jason Sudeikis, and their precious baby.
"It's a cool time to be alive. #tearsofjoy"
She said that because everyone told us that of course Hillary would win the election, Donald Trump would never, but then he did, and now here we are.
And Olivia is still fighting the good fight.
She shared this photo on Instagram of some onesies she'd gotten for little Daisy:
Cute, right? Yeah, apparently the internet doesn't think so.
"The future needs to be 'People'!!" one of her outraged followers wrote. "Not one gender or race over another."
"Love, empathy, improve communication and cooperation, this is what the future should be. Anything else is merely a step backwards."
"Are you just going to assume your babies gender?" another commented. "How non-progressive of you. Shame."
One charming person told Olivia "Screw you and your feminism," and another winner said "Do you realize how hypocritical and sexist that is? Libtard."
Before you go and get too concerned for the future of humanity though, know that many people complimented Olivia on her choice in baby fashions -- a lot of comments were people asking her where they could purchase these clothes for their own kids.
One wise Instagrammer summed it all up pretty well with "People getting mad about a f-cking baby oneseie ... #getalife."
Truer words, right?