CARA Delevingne has taken a brutal swipe at men’s skills in the bedroom on raunchy documentary, Planet Sex.
The supermodel fronts the BBC programme which sees her get hands-on, travelling the world to explore gender, sexuality and our deepest desires.
At one point, Cara, 30, discussed how she felt that men weren’t equipped with “the right tools” to handle women in bed.
While exploring female orgasms and the lack of them during heterosexual intercourse, she said: “I do feel that generally, men are not equipped with the right tool to be able to handle women, especially sexually.”
She continued: “I don’t wanna go into the art of making a woman c** but its a lot more complicated and a lot more fun.
“I get it, it’s a lot more complicated for a woman to have to tell you ‘You’re not doing it right, you have to sit down and listen to what I say'”
“Yeah it’s an ego killer that most men can’t handle”.
As well as discussing sex and orgasms, Cara participated in a 10 minute solo sex act while her blood was drawn for a science experiment while in Germany.
She said: “I have had some weird sexual experiences, but this is definitely up there.”
She added: “It’s the bravest thing I’ve ever done. I can’t believe I did it, to be honest.”
Cara also attended multiple group sex workshops to encourage more discussion around female masturbation.
She said: “I’m very curious and if there’s anything I can learn and feel less shame about having a vagina, that would be great.”
Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne is available on BBC iPlayer.