Thirty-year-old model Cara Delevigne has just donated one of her orgasms for scientific research. With this study they want to discover the reason why men usually come more easily than women to an orgasm during sex. The result of the research will be part of one of the six episodes of the documentary Planet Sex with Cara Delevigne, which will be enjoyed through the BBC.
For research the model has not donated an orgasm, since that is impossible, instead she has provided a sample of his blood both before and after having reached the climax. With this blood, researchers can analyze the chemical effects experienced by Cara’s body. The actress has already commented in her documentary that she believes that female sexual desire has been repressed for many years although for her own experiences she knows that women are also very sexual. She added that men and women should have equally satisfying sex, and then conclude that “when it comes to orgasm, there is a clear gender gap”.
Cara, to justify her hypotheses, develops some scientific theories that she herself, being bisexual, has been able to verify the differences between having sex with men or with women. “Scientists say that 95% of heterosexual men have an orgasm during intercourse, but only 65% of heterosexual women have one. To be honest, I think it’s still too high a figure. Most of my straight friends put it at 15 or 20%. Lesbians and queer women seem to have them better,” says the model.
It is true that many women have trouble reaching orgasm during penetration and it is becoming a more common issue publicly. About this, the model think that men do not have the right tools to satisfy a woman in bed, showing that this is the problem that causes that many women do not reach the climax.
To discover the results of scientific research we have to wait a little time, but so far, as the interpreter of Paper Towns let us see, the fault is probably of the male gender.
Now Delevigne has managed to accept herself as she is and has left behind the problems she suffered from her “internal homophobia” by not accepting to be bisexual. Thanks to these experiences she has been able to create this documentary to help and revolutionize the female sex life.