“I’ve had some weird s*xual experiences”: Amber Heard’s Best Friend Cara Delevingne Has One of the Most Bizarre S*xual Experiences on Camera

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British Fashion Awards Model of the Year for 2012 and 2014, Cara Delevingne, is a woman with a lot of talent. Having joined the world of modeling straight after school, the 30-year-old also has a life apart from being a model, and it’s in the movie industry business, a venture she is definitely glad to have taken up.


Perhaps best known in the movie industry for her roles in Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets and Warner Bros.’ Suicide Squad, Delevingne has decided to further her acting career into a pretty raunchy territory. Here’s what she’s getting involved in currently, and it’s NSFW as hell.

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Cara Delevingne Will Be Leading An NSFW BBC Documentary

Cara Delevingne, despite being known as a model and an actor, is also known for having openly talked about her sexuality and gender identity a lot of times in her career. Before 2020 hit, Delevingne identified as bisexual, but just as the year started, she started identifying as pansexual.

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And now, the Paper Towns star will be able to talk openly about sexuality on a much larger platform, she’ll be on BBC!


Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne is one of the latest BBC documentaries, which, according to its synopsis on IMDb will have-

“Cara Delevingne explore big questions about human sexuality, examining issues including relationships, s*x appeal, and the popularity of pornography.”

The show is slated to consist of six parts, with its first episode to air tomorrow on November 29.

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An Exclusive Peep Into Cara Delevingne’s New BBC Documentary

The Sun has gained some exclusive access to the upcoming BBC Documentary Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne, and it just revealed a new interesting study about orgasms.

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According to The Sun, the Only Murders in the Building star ‘donates’ her orgasm to science, and its sole purpose is to have it studied, once again, for science. Delevingne can be heard in one of its episodes saying-

“I’ve had some weird sexual experiences, but this is definitely up there.”

She further delivers a short monologue on women and s*x-


“For too long women have been made to feel bad about their bodies and sex. We deserve as much fun as men.”

“I’m here to have an orgasm and donate it to science. I think female sexual desire has definitely been repressed. I know from my own love life just how sexual women can be so you’d think in the 21st Century men and women should be having equally satisfying sex lives, right?”

Apparently, this whole experiment was done as a part of trying to figure out why men can achieve orgasm more easily than women. Doctors, upon studying Delevingne’s blood sample given right after her orgasm from a separate solo s*x act found out that her orgasm caused her to release endocannabinoids.

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Endocannabinoids gives the person a high that smoking weed would give, and it is as natural as river water! Delevingne also commented on the results of the study-


“Wow, that’s why I felt dopey.”

One of the other focal points of the research was to study the effect of endocannabinoids, and how much of it was in Delevingne’s body before and after orgasm. Who knows what else will be explored in the upcoming episodes?

To find out, you can stream Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne from November 29 on Hulu in the United States.

Source: The Sun



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