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Nope star Keke Palmer has shed some light on her sexuality and where she falls on the LGBTQ+ spectrum.

During a recent interview on the WHOREible Decisions podcast, the beloved actress was asked by co-host Weezy if she ever “thought about being with women or ever dated a girl” despite her being straight.

In response, the Alice star clarified that she doesn’t necessarily identify as straight, stating: “Yeah, I’m definitely in the middle of the scale. I’m definitely even across the board.

“I feel like love is love, life is life. Do your thing, live your life. I feel that way.”

When asked if she ever had a girlfriend, the beloved talent went on to say that she’s “never been locked up.”

The KEYTV network founder also opened up about her porn preferences and revealed that she only likes “girl-on-girl” videos.

“I only like girl-on-girl porn. Because it’s nice and beautiful, it’s the delicacy of the arrangement,” she said.

Towards the end of the interview, Palmer gave tips on how women should hit on her.

“With girls, do it with touch. I’m cool with it if a girl is making a move and she is trying to get me into the vibe. I’m cool with her being like ‘stop’ and then hugging me for no reason,” she explained.


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“Because I’m like, ‘I know what that means, you held my hand a little bit too long.’ With girls, that’s a level of aggression I’m cool with.”

Palmer’s interview isn’t the first time she’s been an open book about her sexuality.

Back in 2015, the Password host released a music video for her track I Don’t Belong To You – which featured a queer storyline with singer Cassie.

“The video represents the young woman today – it’s not the traditional woman anymore – and not the specifics of ‘Am I gay? Am I straight? Am I bi? I’m making the rules for myself, and I don’t have to be stuck down to one label,” she explained to People at the time.

A few years later, the True Jackson VP star opened up to Pride Source about the moment she first came to terms with her fluid sexuality.

“Maybe when I was like 18, 19, I was kind of like, “What does this mean?” But I think growing up in LA, you kind of feel Ok to be yourself. I think the kind of energy of the culture of LA of Hollywood is that it’s Ok to be yourself and that it’s Ok to experience things and find who you are,” she told the publication.

Check out Palmer’s full WHOREible Decision podcast here or below.