I casually watched the Golden Globes on Sunday, not for the awards but for Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. I caught the much talked about speech by Jodie Foster while she accepted the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award. Some people thought she just confusingly rambled or that her declaration wasn’t clear enough. The audience was scattered with tearing eyes. I was a little of both she sounded like she was publicly “coming out”, something that isn’t really new information. Jodie seemed to want to shout who she was but not let it out because she values her privacy and the privacy of her children. She has been praised by GLADD for her speech; “When one of the most critically praised actresses speaks about her identity and relationships on one of the largest stages in the world, it shows just how much the tide has turned,” Gay & Lesbian Alliance against Defamation president Herndon Graddick said in a statement. “As more and more high-profile LGBT people like Jodie speak openly, those who do not accept LGBT people will continue to fall behind the times.” I think Jodie told us who she is very publicly but in her own way, which was honorable. http://youtu.be/efYg0vQyPGA