Kehlani recently talked about how her therapist and the infamous Lesbian Masterdoc probably helped them realize that they are lesbians.
The singer discussed their self-realization, among other places, on Logan Paul’s IMPAULSIVE podcast. Mike Majlak, Kehlani’s co-host, started to say that she doesn’t “only have relationships with men,” so she quickly said, “I don’t have any relationships with men anymore.” In a genuine “how many times do we have to teach you this lesson old man” moment, singer said, “I’ve been out as a lesbian for two years.”
The singer responded, “There are so many differences,” when Majlak inquired about the differences between dating men and women.
Kehlani stated, “I frankly just thought maybe I was kind of broken.” Before coming out, Kehlani said that she would have idealized every connection she made with men, but she still reached a point in her relationships where she thought, “Something is wrong.”
“It was beyond the pain that was occurring; She stated, “it was beyond being cheated on.” I’d get cheated on, the relationship would end, and I’d think, “Damn, I was already like what is happening three months ago?” Why am I against having sex? Why don’t I feel as strongly?
Kehlani claims that when her therapist asked her how she felt about women, she said, “If a girl looks at me, I’m gonna melt.” Her therapist naturally suggested that she might be “just gay.”
Kehlani also revealed that, in addition to her therapy appointment, they received a Google Doc titled “Am I a Lesbian?” after their therapy call. Which most likely was the well-known Lesbian Masterdoc. Since its creation in the middle of the 2010s, its existence has been controversial, but Kehlani may have benefited from its breakdown of concepts like “compulsory heterosexuality.”
The singer stated, “It’s all about how society has influenced so much heterosexuality and heteronormativity on us that a lot of us, especially women and femme-presenting people, struggle with even knowing if that’s our actual sexual orientation, or if it’s what we’ve been taught and trained to be.” “It’s all about how society has influenced so much heterosexuality and heteronormativity on us.” When I read this Google Doc, I realized that none of the reasons I was still dating men had anything to do with being in love. None of it had to do with these sentiments that I should feel — love and care and profound inclination.”
The singer said that coming out made her realize, “I’ve been missing this my whole life,” despite the fact that coming to terms with her sexual orientation was a difficult process for her. They stated, “It was like these floodgates opened once I completely was like, “yes, let me accept myself.”” I now have the impression that all of my feelings are more intense.