The lesbian mom movie The Kids Are All Right, one of its leading ladies, and gay actors Chris Colfer and Jane Lynch won Golden Globes on Sunday.

Annette Bening won the Golden Globe Award for her performance in The Kids Are All Right, increasing the odds that she'll receive an Oscar nomination for her role.

“I am very proud to be part of this very special film about two women who are very deeply in love and trying to keep their family together,” Bening said in accepting her award.

Also nominated was Julianne Moore, who plays Bening's wife in the film.

The Kids Are All Right won the Golden Globe Award for best motion picture (in the comedy or musical category.)

Lynch, who's part of a short list of openly gay and married Hollywood actors, won her first Golden Globe for her portrayal of sharp-tongued coach Sue Sylvester on the Fox musical-comedy Glee.

Colfer won for his portrayal of gay bullied student Kurt Hummel on Glee. He dedicated his Golden Globe win to troubled gay teens.