Cara Delevingne, 30, donated samples of her blood before and after climaxing in sexual intercourse to researchers who study orgasm.
According to the Daily Mail website, the intention of the work is to analyze the effects of climax on the model’s body chemistry. The experiment measures the levels of endocannabinoids in the system before and after orgasm.
The British woman agreed to participate in the research as part of an investigation into the “gender climax gap” (“gender climax gap”, in English). The term is used to describe why men are more likely to have an orgasm during sex than women.
In an interview in front of a hospital in Germany, where the blood samples were taken, Cara said that the result of the study will be presented in the documentary “Planet Sex With Cara Delevingne” (“Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne”, in free translation) — which does not yet have a release date in Brazil.
“I’m here to have an orgasm and donate to science. I believe female sex drive has been definitively repressed. I know from my own love life how sexual women can be. So you would think that in the 21st century men and women should have equally fulfilling sex lives, right?”
“Scientists say that 95% of heterosexual men have an orgasm during intercourse, versus only 65% of women. [de mulheres] seems too high. Most of my straight friends say the percentage should be between 15 and 20,” Cara commented.
The documentary “Planet Sex With Cara Delevingne” premieres Thursday on BBC, British broadcaster, and still does not have a premiere date in Brazil.