Cara Delevingne is in talks with HBO and BBC Three to create a new program focusing on gender and sexuality issues. The model, who has since become an actress, will share her own struggles with sexual identity on the show - which has the tentative title of Planet Sex - while she "struggled for years to understand it."
"I can only imagine what having a series like this would mean for me, at the age of 14, who was struggling to understand feelings that were seen as unconventional or different," she told Mail Online. "If our series helps a young person to have an easier conversation with his parents, we will have achieved one of our many goals in doing this project," she said of the program, which will cover human sexuality, examining issues including relationships, sex appeal and even pornography.
Delevingne identifies herself as pansexual - which is defined as feeling sexual attraction to someone, regardless of biological sex, gender or gender identity. She recently split from a two-year relationship with actress Ashley Benson.
The model is not afraid to be honest and open about sex and dating, and has said that she is "always very submissive" during the dating process with men. "This whole process of power courtship is very interesting and is different with men and women," said Delevingne. "I'm always very submissive to men. Always. But with women, I'm the opposite. So it's weird."