Keke Palmer Gets Real About Sex, Dismissing a ‘Porn’-Style ‘Happy Ending’ and Sharing Whoopi Goldberg’s Advice

Keke Palmer revealed how Whoopi Goldberg’s mentoring changed her sexual orientation. The No Entertainer, 29, got special counseling from Goldberg, 67, on the latest episode of her podcast Child, This Is Keke Palmer: “I will always remember, I was on The View once, and they had a discussion about sex, Really unusual discussion, and Whoopi Goldberg said, “Please — start pleasing yourself.” “I was like that, it sounds right,” Palmer said.

Before embarking on a “journey to try and sort out what works for me,” the Nickelodeon alum admitted that she placed herself second in the room. “My character with sex—it was continually founded on ‘goodness, I just have to give that help,’” she said. “Also, to my delight, whatever pleasure I had in that period, there, at that time, came from, ‘I Glad they are cheerful.”

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“That was, for one, frustrating and not encouraging enough,” she continued, “in light of the fact that I understood, along the lines of, ‘Actually, stand by a moment… That’s what you’re saying, do you understand what I’m talking about?'” Palmer likewise shared some genuine discussions about how she never experienced a “joyful shutdown” from “porn” style sex.

“There was once in my life that I thought the recreational sex in pornography—in light of the fact that this is what it sounds like to me, pornography: re-enactments of padded sex—was a wonderful or pleasurable thing,” she said. “Anyway, I never got a happy closure from him, in case I was, you know, being delicately honest.”

She added, “At no time have I had a truly delightful finale to a shyer, more grounded, more thoughtful methodology.”

In 2016, Palmer opened up to People about her sexuality after her music video for new song “I Have No Place With You” came to light.

The hot clip, which follows the star in various stages of stripping and eventually, ending with a lady, started a buzz about her sexuality.

“The video was to address the young lady of the day — not the usual lady anymore — not the specifics of ‘Am I gay? Am I straight? am i bi “

“I set the standards for myself, and I don’t need to stick to one mark.” Palmer said that describing her sexuality to anyone to date is an unresolved issue.

“I don’t want to describe something as nobody, because I’m constantly evolving. Why say me too when I probably won’t be tomorrow?” she shared.

“I will follow my own feelings and my heart.”