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Cara Delevingne Is Donating Her Orgasm To Science For Climax Investigation

Cara Delevingne's promise is very different from those of the majority of people who support scientific inquiry by contributing either their time or their financial resources. Cara Delevingne is donating her orgasm to science. Keep reading for more information.

Hajra Shannon
Nov 28, 2022474 Shares43064 Views
Cara Delevingne's promise is very different from those of the majority of people who support scientific inquiry by contributing either their time or their financial resources. Cara Delevingne is donating her orgasm to science. Keep reading for more information.

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The model, who is 30 years old, has stated that she will "donate her orgasm" as part of a study on the difference in climax between men and women. The findings of the study are going to be presented in a new documentary:

Cara Delevingne donates her orgasm to science as she researches gender climax gap

For the benefit of those who are unaware, the term "gender climax gap" refers to the hypothesis that men are more likely to experience an orgasmic climax during sexual activity than women.
Even though there are apparent exemptions to this rule, the facts nevertheless point in the direction that this is the most likely scenario.
In point of fact, according to the findings of a recent survey conducted by YouGov, 63% of straight males always reach the summit during sex, whereas just 30% of straight women do so.
When looking at gay men and women separately, these numbers are slightly different: 56% and 40% of gay men and women climax every time, respectively.
This is just one of the many subjects that will be discussed in the upcoming six-part documentary Planet Sex With Cara Delevingne. Other themes that will be explored include relationships, sex appeal, and the rise of pornography.
You might be scratching your head right about now, wondering just what it means to give your orgasm to scientific research.
Well, as will be shown in the doc, researchers received a sample of Cara's blood before and after the Big O so they could measure the level of endocannabinoids in her system.
Heightened volumes of endocannabinoids have been shown to promote feelings of relaxation and reduced anxiety.
And studies suggest that these levels increase following an orgasm. It’s part of an investigation into the gender climax gap, which refers to studies into the disparity in sexual satisfaction among heterosexual couples, with men being more likely to orgasm than women.

Why Cara Delevingne ‘Donated’ An Orgasm To Science?

Cara Delevingne wearing a black sweater in a new BBC documentary series
Cara Delevingne wearing a black sweater in a new BBC documentary series
Speaking about the new research from outside a hospital in Germany, Cara explained:
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.- Cara Delevingne
She went on to say that "When it comes to the orgasm there is a definite gender gap. Scientists say that 95% of straight men orgasm during intercourse but only 65% of straight women do."
To be honest, I think that sounds way too high, most of my straight female friends say it’s probably more like 15 or 20%. Lesbians and queer women definitely seem to have it better.- Cara Delevingne
Concerning the outcomes, audience members will have to watch the program in order to find out what was learned as a consequence of the model's contribution.
On Thursday, December 1 at 10 o'clock, the first episode of the new series Planet Sex With Cara Delevingne will be broadcast on BBC Three and the iPlayer. If you're interested in seeing it, keep reading.
A synopsis for the six-part series reads: “On this immersive journey, [Delevingne] puts her mind and body on the line in search of answers, donating her orgasm to science in Germany; making art from her vagina in Japan; hitting up a women-only sex club; taking a masturbation masterclass, and visiting an ‘ethical’ porn set, in the name of understanding our deepest desires.”

Felt Like A Prude While Masturbating In Front Of Six Others

But Delevingne recently said that she felt like a prude when she was asked to take off her underwear and take part in a seminar about masturbation.
I went into the masturbation seminar thinking it was going to be a classroom and I’d have a notepad, and instead, it was a pink, leather gym mat on the floor, with six people going, ‘Well, take your underwear off. This is the lube.' I didn’t realize I was a prude. I think I’m a pretty hip, young, cool, down-with-anything kind of girl but I was like, ‘Sorry what? Sorry, no, absolutely not, I will not do that.’ But I kind of did everything I felt comfortable doing.- Cara Delevingne
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