Jodie Foster's carefully calibrated coming-out speech is hailed by many in gay community

  • Article by: JOCELYN NOVECK , Associated Press
  • Updated: January 15, 2013 - 9:33 AM

NEW YORK - Was it a proud revelation, or an impassioned case for privacy? A coming-out speech, or a why-SHOULD-I-come-out speech? Too little and too late, or just enough?

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SeaSharkJan. 16, 13 8:09 PM

JODIE FOSTER'S Golden Globes speech had all the clarity and resonance and drama of the incoherent overwrought CONTACT film script that even this talented actress couldn't transform from water into fine wine. She should have made a clear, concise, unequivocal declaration that she is gay, or not discussed the subject at all---everybody knows, and nobody cares. Her passionate assertion of the right to protect and preserve her family's privacy was diluted by the aimless, obtuse, implied references to her sexual orientation. You don't need to be coy, Jodie---just share the joy, say it loud and proud, and set yourself free.

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