Cara Delevingne on Planet Sex: “It changed me, I wanted to kill myself for my sexuality”


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The wait for Planet Sex With Cara Delevingnedocu-series in six episodes with Cara Delevingne grappling with the analysis and exploration of sexuality at three hundred and sixty degrees, is marked by shocking statements that the British model and actress released to the trade press, really intrigued by the new Fremantle product that will be distributed by Prime Video (also visible on Sky Q and via the app on Now Smart Stick).
The 30-year-old said the experience on set it changed her life because the issues related to her sexuality had brought her several times to suicidal thoughts.

Cara Delevingne: “the documentary changed my life”

Cara Delevingne hasn’t been the same since she started working at Planet Sex With Cara Delevingnea documentary that intrigues even more given the world in which it was described by its main interpreter and producer.
As is known, the British model, who built her career on the catwalk, is a popular one queer icona role that she proudly accepted, activating herself in many fields, not least television.

With his intent to explore sexuality, passing through the dynamics of desire, monogamy, gender identity and pornography, Planet Sex it was an opportunity for great reflection and self-discovery for Delevingne who she admitted she had to reckon with many fears, not least homophobia and a strong sense of self-shame.

The processing made the model discover that she was more puritanical than she thought and he added that it has not always been easy to comply with the requests of the authors.
Among other things, Delevingne was asked to participate in a workshop on masturbation which, in the end, turned out to be less theoretical than she imagined.

Planet Sexa liberating experience

Overcoming its boundaries, physical and mental, was aliberating experience for Cara Delevingne who, she says, feels better than ever.
The British supermodel has never made a secret of being bisexual and that her fluid sexuality has made her feel more comfortable in relationships with other women.
In the same interviews the protagonist of Planet Sex she said she was happy at the idea that the documentary could be useful for the public to understand what she understood and, all in all, she was lucky to be able to freely declare her orientation.



Source-tg24.sky.it