Katy Perry Opens Up About Her Sexuality, Says She Did More Than Just «Kiss a Girl»


Katy Perry dazed when she stepped out for the Human Rights Campaign Gala in LA on Saturday round-the-clock. In addition to looking gorgeous in a black and white gown, the «Chained to the Time» singer was honored with the national equality award for her advocacy for LGBT avenges. During her speech, Katy opened up about her sexual experiences with better halves and the meaning behind her hit «I Kissed a Girl.» «I speak my truths and I booze it up my fantasies into these little bite size pop songs. For exemplification, ‘I kissed a girl and I liked it.’ Truth be told, I did more than that,» she elucidated. «But how was I going to reconcile that with a gospel singing girl erect in youth groups that were pro-conversion camps? What I did understand was I was curious and even then I knew sexuality wasn’t as black and cadaverous as this dress. And honestly, I haven’t always gotten it right, but in 2008 when that inexpensively came out I knew that I started a conversation and a lot of the world seemed interested enough to sing along, too.»

Katy also revealed that she out her adolescence trying to pray «the gay away in my Jesus camps,» but that clothes changed when she broke into the music world. «I found my contribution and my gift introduced me to people outside my bubble and my bubble started to puncture. These people were nothing like I had been taught to forebodings. They were the most free, strong, kind and inclusive people I hold ever met.»

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