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Cara Delevingne to present series exploring human sexuality

Cara Delevingne will present a new six-part series exploring human sexuality on BBC Three.

The series, which has the working title of Planet Sex, is described as “an epic six-part documentary series in which actress, activist, model, author and LGBTQ+ advocate Cara Delevingne explores the biggest questions in human sexuality”.

The model admitted that she was “so excited” to make “a series that could change the views of so many people through honest and personal conversations”.


“I can only imagine what having a series like this would have meant to the 14-year-old me who struggled to understand feelings that were seen as non-conventional or different,” she added.

“If our series helps one young person have an easier conversation with their parents, we will have achieved one of our many goals in making this series.”

BBC ask: “Why are some of us straight and some of us not? Is there even such a thing as straight? Are gender and sexuality independent or intertwined? Why do our sexual tastes vary from person to person and culture to culture?”

“The series will explore and address key questions related to our gender, our sexual orientation, our relationships, the popularity of porn, and more.”

Jack Bootle, BBC Head of Commissioning Science and Natural History, said of the series: “We’re in the middle of a new sexual revolution, in which the old rules of gender and sexuality are being rewritten in ways that some find liberating and others confusing.”

“Cara’s charisma, curiosity and lived experience make her the perfect guide to a subject that can be controversial but is always fascinating.”

Simon Andreae, Executive Producer of Planet Sex, added: “Cara is an incredibly powerful voice within the LGBTQI+ community, who is well positioned to be able to confront and question some of sex and gender’s most enduring and important mysteries.”

“It’s a privilege to be working with her and bringing her vision to life with the teams at Naked and Fremantle, and we can’t wait for audiences on Hulu and BBC Three to see it.”

Cara has recently been linked to fellow model Kaia Gerber, after photos circulated of the pair cosied up at the protest –  sending Twitter users into a frenzy at the time.

The pair also recently got matching tattoos – the word “solemate” written on their feet.

The rumoured romance comes just months after Cara split from her girlfriend of nearly two years, Ashley Benson. 



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