Cara Delevingne Says Men Lack The ‘Right Tools’ To Pleasure Women

Cara Delevingne Says Men Lack The ‘Right Tools’ To Pleasure Women BBC Three/YouTube

Cara Delevingne gained notoriety as one of the hottest, most in-demand models in the early 2010s. She was seen in every magazine and on every runway and was known for her incredible eyebrows. However, as years passed, her sexuality also started to be headline news. Now, Cara Delevingne is exploring that element of her identity in a new show called “Planet Sex.”

Delevingne identifies as pansexual, meaning she dates people of all genders and sexual identities. She’s been previously linked to Michelle Rodriguez, Ashley Benson, Jake Bugg, St. Vincent, Harry Styles, and more. While celebrities’ dating lives often become tabloid fodder, “Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne” aims to put the story back in her own hands.

“Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne” delves deep into sexuality

The show uncovers the history of and politics surrounding human sexuality. From personal relationships to the adult film industry, there’s on element that’s off the table. In fact, one of the biggest things Delevingne takes issue with is the orgasm gap.

If you’re not familiar with this term, it’s what’s used to describe the fact that while 95% of men get off during sex, only 65% of women do. Men, of course, don’t seem to have a problem with that. However, the model and actress thinks it’s not entirely their fault.

“I do feel that generally men are not equipped with the right tools to be able to handle women, especially sexually,” she says on the show. “For me, the earliest ideas I ever got taught about sex were man plus woman. D**k plus vagina equals orgasm. I don’t want to go into the art of making a woman come, but it’s just a lot more complicated and a lot more fun.”

As part of the program, Delevingne also took part in an unconventional study at a German university. It required her to get herself off for 10 minutes while researchers drew blood. “I have had some weird sexual experiences, but this is definitely up there,” she said.

“Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne” is available to watch on BBC iPlayer in the UK.

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