Cara Delevingne opens up about her sex life in RuPaul interview
Cara Delevingne has opened up about her sex life, saying that she prefers to give pleasure than receive it, in a candid interview on RuPaul’s podcast.
Delevingne explained that, when it came to having sex with women, she enjoyed being more dominant.
Speaking to the Drag Race host and Michelle Visage on RuPaul: What’s the Tee?, Delevingne said: “I find it quite difficult to receive pleasure and love and things like that, so I love to give.”
She continued: “It is different with men and women. For me, I’m always very submissive with men, always. But then with women I’m the opposite.”
The 26-year-old star, who is currently dating Pretty Little Liars actor Ashley Benson, also said: “I used to go to clubs but I’d rather have sex than go out now.”
Cara Delevingne: “Sex is feral”
The actor went on to say that she liked sleeping with “prudish” people who turn out to be adventurous when it comes to sex.
“Part of sex—that connection—is feral. You meet someone but when you go in the bedroom, it’s another animal,” she explained.
“I used to go to clubs but I’d rather have sex than go out now.”
“To me, that is so interesting. There are certain people who are super-sexy and they flirt with you, then you have sex with them and they are terrible.
“But I like people who seem really prudish then, when they get in the bedroom, they’re like, ‘What?!’ It’s like a whole transformation.”
Delevingne explained that, as an individual, she is easily “swayed” by people and can “adapt to any situation.”
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“If I walk into a room and everyone’s having sex, I’ll probably join in,” the star added.
Cara Delevingne backs a gay Disney princess
Elsewhere in the podcast, Delevingne showed support for Disney casting a gay princess in one of its films.
When asked by Visage whether she thinks Disney would ever portray an openly gay princess, she replied: “Oh, dude, I hope so.”
She added: “Especially for a lot of my family and the kids, it’s really important for them to understand being gay and fluidity, you know, because a lot of them are tomboys…I think a lot more now it’s accepted, the kind of gender fluidity.”