Cara Delevingne says men dont have the right tools to sexually please women

Supermodel Cara Delevingne has insisted that men simply do not have the ‘right tools’ to please women sexually.

She made the big statement in her new BBC Three docuseries called Planet Sex where she talks to professionals, scientists and activists about sexuality.

In the first episode she explores the ‘orgasm gap’ – a term used to describe why men are more likely to orgasm during sex than woman.

It comes following reports that 95 percent of heterosexual men orgasm during sex while just 65 percent of straight women do.

However, she rubbished these, saying she thinks the numbers are "too high" and that "most of her female straight friends" say it's probably more like 15 or 20 percent.

She also added that ‘"esbians and queer women definitely seem to have it better".

Speaking on the episode she said: “I do feel generally that men are not equipped with the right tools to be able to handle women, especially sexually.

“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.”

While filming for the programme Cara, 30, also ‘donated’ an orgasm to science to help answer questions surrounding the orgasm gap.

Speaking outside of a hospital in Germany she said: “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?

“Well, prepare for a shock. When it comes to the orgasm there is a definite gender gap.”

She donated her orgasm by giving scientists a sample of her blood before and after orgasming so they could study the effects on her body chemistry.

The experiment measured the level of endocannabinoids before and afterwards. Endocannabinoids are similar to the active molecule in cannabis that reduces anxiety and increases euphoria.

In other episodes Cara, who identifies as gender fluid and queer, spoke about her own personal experiences of living with "internalised shame".

She said: “Even though I’ve been queer I haven’t really been able to live a queer life you know the internalised shame or the kind of homophobia is slightly there still when you are in this job or when you are famous or something, it stunts a lot of things.

“I never really was in the community, like yes I kind of came out but then afterwards, I never went to pride, I never went to those parties, I never met all of these people and I didn’t really develop my queerness so I think I’m just coming to it all very late.”

Planet Sex With Cara Delevingne aired on BBC3 at 10pm on Thursday and is available on BBC iPlayer.

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