Cara Delevingne has opened up about her sex life, explaining that it took a long time to become “confident” in the bedroom.
The model, 29, has appeared on the EllenTube Lady Parts series and has become outspoken when he has spoken of being intimate in the past.
Speaking to host Sarah Hyland in the last episode, via JustJared, she explained, “I didn’t lose my virginity until I was 18.
“I didn’t gain confidence in sex until much later, but I didn’t ask for what I wanted for so long either.”
The Carnival Row star, who had previously dated Pretty Little Liars star Ashley Benson, also opened up about the noises people make in the bedroom and how she made a difference.
“It’s much more interesting if you have an orgasm and you don’t… because I remember after being conditioned to think, ‘This is the noise people make,’ she said. for follow-up.
“I remember stopping making noise or trying to really hold it up and it gets so hot when you just try not to make noise and feel it a lot more. It’s like, “Whoa! “
Cara has kept much of her love life behind closed doors and only officially confirmed her relationship with ex-Ashley after several months of dating.
The catwalk favorite has previously described her sexuality as a swinging pendulum, as the way she identifies changes frequently.
Speaking on the Make It Reign podcast, she said: “The way I define myself is changing all the time, whether it’s pansexual, bisexual – I don’t really know. It’s like a pendulum swinging, but almost now i feel much more comfortable being bisexual than before.
“I kind of feel like because I lacked desire for women or love for women I went one way and now it’s changing a lot more.
“I feel a lot freer and more comfortable because before I was like, ‘oh, I’m gay.’ That comes with self-humiliation.
“I will talk to myself much worse than I ever would to any other human being in the whole world. Anyway, even someone who hurt me more than anyone else, I’ll be so much nicer than that.
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