30-year-old English actress Cara Delevingne has spoken publicly about her s*xuality, explaining she believes it is “definitely a spectrum” and identifying as queer. During her new six-part series, Planet S*x, the Suicide Squad star revealed her struggles because of her s*xuality. During her show, the model discussed her facing homophobia and difficulties before coming out as bis*xual in 2015.
The English actress always had a close bond with her alleged ex, Amber heard. Several photos of a woman who looks like Cara Delevingne kissing the Aquaman actress in the elevator have raised questions about both actresses’ relationship. It is not widely known that the Suicide Squad star grew up in an old-fashioned, repressed English family, so her childhood was quite stressful. To cope with depressive thoughts, the model used drugs to battle her fear that her parents would not accept her if she revealed her s*xuality. During her BBC Three documentary show Planet S*x, the actress also expressed her feeling toward Polyamory status.
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Cara Delevingne Talked About The Influence of Polyamory
Episode 5 of Planet S*x, Monogamish, featured Cara Delevingne, 30, discussing the influence of monogamy and polyamory on her life. As part of her research into monogamy and relationships, she visited a zoo in Santa Barbara to see what the animal kingdom could teach her. In the USA, she underwent a brain scan to uncover the secret science of love and how hormone stimulation keeps her connected to the ones she loves.
During her trip to LA, Cara Delevingne explored the history and biological roots of polyamory along with zookeeper Alexi Grousis, before meeting a polyamorous society that explains how polyamory can serve as an alternative to monogamy.
“I cannot even explain how much I learned in such a short amount of time. I was always intrigued by Polyamory the idea.”
“I think it gets a bad rep, I think people talk about it who don’t understand it in so many different ways, and I don’t. I still don’t know. I get a solar polyamory; whatever I’m experiencing right now definitely leads more towards something that isn’t conventional for sure.”
“I just still don’t know what it is, but I’m much more excited to come to continue exploring without feeling the unsureness, guilt, or aloneness that I guess I was before.”
She expressed her emotions to her fans that she does not want to be in a monogamous relationship, and wants to explore a polyamorous one.
Cara Delevingne Claims That Men Lack The ‘Right Tools’
The Suicide Squad star claimed during her BBC Three documentary that men do not have the ‘right tools‘ to satisfy women s*xually. In her new six-part series, the 30-year-old model met LGBTQ+ people from around the world and talked to scientists and activists about s*xuality. This series’ first episode explored the ‘or*asm gap,’ which is the difference between heteros*xual men and straight women when they have s*x.
“I do feel that generally, men are not equipped with the right tools to be able to handle women, especially s*xually.”
Cara also admitted that she still struggles to be ‘open‘ about her s*xuality as she talked candidly in the documentary. It was revealed in 2018 that the model is genderfluid and queer. As a result of her experiences with homophobia and internalized shame, the Suicide Squad actress felt like she had not lived a queer life.
Source: BBC Three