We are approaching the climax of the show.
Supermodel and actress Cara Delevingne has donated an orgasm to science in the six-part BBC documentary Planet Sex With Cara Delevingne – and viewers can check out the results.
Delevingne had the orgasm in a hospital in Germany, reported Indy100.
Her donation went to researchers who wanted to test someone’s blood before and after they had an orgasm to understand the chemistry of the body.
Planet Sex explores the different ways sexuality is practiced around the globe.
The orgasmic episode is dedicated to exploring the “gender climax gap,” which reveals that it’s easier for men to climax while it’s harder for women, the 30-year-old Only Murders in the Building star explained .
“I’m here to have an orgasm and donate it to science. I think female sexual desire has definitely been suppressed,” said the ‘Suicide Squad’ actress. “I know how sexual women can be from my own love life, so you’d think in the 21st century men and women should have equally satisfying sex lives, right?”
At the beginning of the series, Delevingne – who identifies as pansexual – attended a masturbation seminar.
“When it comes to orgasm, there is a definite gender difference. Scientists say that 95% of straight men orgasm during intercourse, but only 65% of straight women,” the actress revealed.
“To be honest, I think that’s way too much; Most of my straight friends say it’s probably closer to 15 or 20%. Lesbians and queer women definitely seem to have it better,” Delevingne added.
The Post has reached out to Delevingne for comment.
Planet Sex With Cara Delevingne airs Thursday 1st December at 10pm on Britain’s BBC Three. A Hulu rep told The Post that the series is expected to premiere on the streamer sometime next year.
https://nypost.com/2022/11/28/why-cara-delevingne-donated-an-orgasm-to-science-and-how-she-did-it/ Why Cara Delevingne “donated” an orgasm to science — and how she did it