Let's start with the simple—but powerful—speech from Chris Coolfer, who took home a best supporting actor award for his role on Glee and, in the process, made a lot of folks teary.
And then there's Aaron Sorkin, who seemed to be giving a subtle (or not-so-subtle) response to criticism of the way he wrote (or, well, didn't write) the female characters in The Social Network.
Okay, so technically Sorkin's not addressing specific issues. It's kind of a non-response that still seems pretty...response-y. And it's certainly interesting that he took the opportunity to get all rah-rah for the ladies. So we'll take it. But was it satisfactory?
Live Coverage: 2011 Golden Globes
The Golden Globes Red Carpet
Golden Globes Red Carpet Fashion
The Social Network, Where Women Never Have Ideas
The Social Network's Angry Nerd Misogyny