Actress and supermodel Cara Delevingne says in her new documentary ‘Planet Sx’, which sees her travel the world to explore gender, sexuality and bedroom fantasies that men don’t have the ” good tools” to sexually satisfy women.
Delevingne says on the show while exploring female orgasms and their lack during heterosexual intercourse, “I feel like in general men aren’t equipped with the right tool to be able to handle women, especially sexually. , reports a media.
“I don’t want to get into the art of making a woman c– but it’s a lot more complicated and a lot more fun. I get it, it’s a lot more complicated for a woman to have to say to you, ‘You'” I’m not doing it right, you have to sit and listen to what I’m saying. Yeah, that’s an ego killer that most men can’t handle.
Delevingne, who identifies as queer and gender fluid, is also seen engaging in a 10-minute solo sex act in Germany while her blood is drawn for a science experiment that measured endocannabinoid levels in her system before and after orgasm.
She tells viewers, “I’m here to have an orgasm and donate it to science. I think female sexual desire has definitely been suppressed. I know from my own love life how sexual women can be if you think that in the 21st century, men and women should have equally satisfying sex lives, right?”
“Well, prepare for a shock. When it comes to orgasm, there is a gender gap. Scientists say 95% of heterosexual men have an orgasm during sex, but only 65% of women heterosexuals do it.”
“To be honest, I think that seems way too high, most of my straight friends say it’s probably more like 15 or 20%. Lesbians and queer women certainly seem to fare better.”