I've come across some complaints that ST-Discovery is "too woke", with stuff like a genderqueer character coming out and being accepted as such. To me, this fits in nicely with a proud Star Trek tradition of making progressive political points throughout the decades (eg first Black/White kiss in TOS, Picard's rant against religion above Mintaka, a Black guy in command on DS9).
But when I thought back about ST:Enterprise, I couldn't remember a good example there. Did I miss something?
What I mean is anything that would feel particularly progressive to a contemporary audience. Conservative reviewers complaining about the show's political stance would be good evidence.