CARA Delevingne’s private pleasure has been put to the test for a TV documentary.
In a bizarre experiment, the supermodel had one of her orgasms studied in a science lab.
She was filmed seconds after a solo sex act when doctors took a blood sample.
Cara, 30, is heard saying: “I’ve had some weird sexual experiences, but this is definitely up there.”
Cara — who identifies as pansexual — is open about sex issues and has launched a range of X-rated toys.
But on the BBC series, she says: “For too long women have been made to feel bad about their bodies and sex.”
Confronting the stigma she identifies around female pleasure, she says: “We deserve as much fun as men.”
Doctors who analysed Cara’s blood sample found her orgasm caused a release of endocannabinoids — a natural high similar to that of smoking cannabis.
Cara replies: “Wow, that’s why I felt dopey.”
In the first episode, Cara says: “Scientists say 95 per cent of straight men orgasm during intercourse but only 65 per cent of straight women do.
“This sad state of affairs is called the orgasm gap and I want to close it.
“Wish me luck.”
During the series, she also transforms a cast of her vagina into art, takes part in a group self-pleasuring session and is seen attending an all-female sex party.
- PLANET Sex with Cara Delevingne airs on BBC Three on Thursday at 10pm.