She comes in peace.
Cara Delevingne is adamant that trying to keep quiet during an orgasm makes you feel it more.
“When you just try and not make, like, any noise, you feel it way more, and it’s like, ‘Whoa!'” Delevingne told host Sarah Hyland in a sneak preview of “Lady Parts,” an Ellentube series, obtained by Just Jared.
The supermodel, 29, recalled being “conditioned” to make loud noises when orgasming but that she found even more pleasure by going silent.
“I remember stopping making any noise or trying to really maintain it and it’s so hot,” she said.
Delevingne also shared that she didn’t lose her virginity until she was 18, but didn’t get “confident” with sex until much later.
“I also didn’t ever ask for what I wanted for so long,” she said in the candid discussion with Hyland, where she was also joined by guests Whitney Cummings and OBGYN Dr. Sherry.
More recently, however, Delevingne has certainly owned her sexuality and her body.
In May, the “Suicide Squad” actress launched an NFT video about her vagina.
In the film, a collaboration with artist Chemical X, Delevingne says while naked, “My first word was ‘mine.’ To me, that means something that is most mine — my vagina. I own it. It’s mine and no one else’s.”
Delevingne announced in June 2020 that she identifies as pansexual, meaning she is attracted to all gender identities.
“However one defines themselves, whether it’s ‘they’ or ‘he’ or ‘she,’ I fall in love with the person — and that’s that,” she explained to Variety. “I’m attracted to the person.”
Delevingne told the publication that once she came out as sexually fluid in 2018, she “wasn’t hiding anything anymore” and “the person I hid it from the most was myself.”
The British-born beauty has been in several high-profile relationships in recent years.