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Cara Delevingne Speaks Openly About Sexual Roles With Women

Cara Delevingne

The model and actress shared that she prefers to give in love and in the bedroom during a refreshing interview with RuPaul. 

Model and actress Cara Delevingne spoke with great candor on the latest episode of RuPaul: What's the Tee,in which she openly discussed sexual roles in the bedroom.

As part of a refreshingly open interview with RuPaul and Michelle Visage that included talk about food and career, the 26-year-old, who is bisexual, discussed how she prefers to give pleasure rather than to receive it and how she'd rather stay in and have sex than go to a club.

"Laughter in during sex is so important. Part of sex -- that connection -- it's feral. You meet someone, but when you go in the bedroom, it's another animal. To me that is so interesting, because there are people who are supersexy and you flirt with them, but then you have sex with them and they're terrible," Delevingne said.

"I like people who are really prudish because when they get in the bedroom. ... It's a whole transformation," she added.

In a year when queer women have been open on social media about wanting to be topped by Rachel Weisz following her queer roles in Disobedience and The Favourite, Delevingne revealed that she prefers to be dominant with women.

"As a person, generally, I'm really good at giving love and not receiving it and I'm kind of the same in bed as well," Delevingne said. "There's a part of it where I find it quite difficult to receive pleasure or love. So I just kind of like to give."

"I'm always very submissive with men, and with women I'm the opposite," she added.

Over the years, Delevingne was famously in a relationship with Annie Clark (St. Vincent) and dated Michelle Rodriguez.

Delevingne, who's been out since early in her career, also spoke about how she hopes there will be queer Disney princesses moving forward.

"I hope so," Delivingne replied to Visage when asked if she thought Disney would ever tell a story about a gay princess.

"Especially for a lot of my family and the kids, it's really important for them to understand being gay and fluidity, you know, because a lot of them are tomboys. A lot more now, it's accepted, the kind of gender fluidity," Delevingne said.

Listen to the entire podcast below.

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