In a speech hosted by the Human Rights Campaign, Actress Ellen Page came out as a lesbian.
Her voice is shaking, and she's doing this bouncing thing with her arm. She's clearly nervous. So what? To me, this is a good example of someone who's understandably uncomfortable. Does it detract from her message or endear her to the audience?
- What's your view of Page's nervousness? In what ways did it help and hurt her speech?
- Why was Page so nervous? Is it a big deal to be gay today?