Cara Delevingne has come out candidly on her struggles with her sexuality.
The model admitted to having “internalized homophobia” and suffering from crippling “self-shame.”
“I’m on a very personal journey to discovering my sexuality” she said per BBC.
Delevingne revealed she loved women more than men, adding that she had more long term relationships with women.
She also spoke on her battle with depression claiming she had nobody to talk to and almost took her life.
The model donated samples of her blood before and after having an orgasm as part of a scientific investigation on “gender climax gap.”
Gender climax gap is a term used to describe why men are more likely to have an orgasm during sex than women.
The “Suicide Squad” actress defines herself as “queer” and “gender fluid.”
Delevingne said she wants young people to get clarity over questions bordering on sexuality and gender.