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‘I never had a happy ending’: Keke Palmer reveals how Whoopi Goldberg’s JUICY advice changed her sex life

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In the latest episode of her podcast, the actress said Whoopi Goldberg’s advice completely changed her perception of sex

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Keke Palmer shares how Whoopi Goldberg’s sex advice changed her life forever. Speaking on the latest episode of her podcast ‘Baby, This is Keke Palmer’, the ‘Nope’ actress explained to listeners: “I’ll never forget that I was on ‘The View’ once and they were talking about sex, a really great conversation , and Whoopi Goldberg said, ‘Please just start pleasing yourself. And I said, ‘That sounds true.’”

Palmer said that Goldberg’s sounded strange to her at the time as it was very different from her previous perception of sex. She confessed that she had always believed that making sure the other person was happy was more important than putting herself first at all. Palmer explained her earlier beliefs: “My identity with sex was always based on ‘Oh, I just have to do this service.’ That was depressing and not enough because I realized like, ‘Well, wait a damn minute– That’s not you!’ So it’s been a journey of finding what works for me.”


She also mentioned how “porn simulation sex,” as she called it, had a significant impact on her relationship with sex, as well as her early knowledge of what it was and how it was meant to work. Keke said, “I never really had a happy ending from it, if I’m, you know, slightly honest,” while adding that she eventually felt it was the way it was meant to go down. Keke said she was amazed to find that what she wanted in private was vastly different than what she showed publicly after taking Goldberg’s advice, and began exploring her own fulfillment and pleasure .

“In my daily life I am very performative. I give you everything I have and I go in and what I learned and realized as I matured was that this is absolutely not the kind of sex I wanted to have,” she remarked. Recently spoke The former Nickelodeon actress also opened up about how she felt stuck playing True Jackson, VP She told The Hollywood Reporter last week, “I’m a quirky artist, but I’m an artist and it’s important that people understand that Keke is just a part of me. It’s been an arduous journey of figuring out how to do what I love but also exist outside of this cartoon.”

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