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Keke Palmer Talks Sexuality and Gender, Says She’s a ‘Little Bit of Everything’

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Marc Malkin Senior Film Awards, Events & Lifestyle Editor Keke Palmer opened up about sexuality and gender while being honored Saturday by the Los Angeles LGBT Center. “I’m so grateful to be here today to be embraced by a community that I’ve always felt accepted by, and a part of,” the “Nope” star. “I’ve always been my own person.

Sexuality and identity for me has always been confusion. You know, it’s, ‘I never felt straight enough. I never felt gay enough.

And I never felt woman enough. I never felt man enough.’ You know, I always felt like I was a little bit of everything.” Palmer was presented with a Vanguard Award from Karamo Brown during the center’s annual gala, which took place at the Fairmont Century Plaza hotel. “So often, I lead with masculinity.

And as a woman, I’ve always been met with so much disdain, you know what I mean?” Palmer said. “I think so much of that came from who I thought I had to be to get respect, admiration and love.

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