Cara Delevingne has revealed that she identifies as pansexual.
The supermodel, 27, said she is attracted to all people, regardless of their gender or identity.
The British actress said Variety: “I feel different all the time. Some days I feel more feminine. Some days I feel more like a man.
Open: Cara Delevingne has revealed that she identifies as pansexual and is attracted to people of all genders
“I will always stay, I think, pansexual. However you define yourself, be it “she” or “he” or “she”, I fall in love with the person – and that’s that. I am attracted to the person. ‘
Pan sexuality is defined as ‘sexual, romantic or emotional attraction to people regardless of their gender or gender identity’.
It is considered a separate label for bisexuality, indicating an attraction to two binary genders, male or female.
Proud: The supermodel has been open about her sexuality for a long time, and last year shared an image to highlight Pride about her kissing when girlfriend Ashley Benson
Cara has been open about her sexuality in a number of high-profile gay and mixed relationships.
She said, “I never thought I should come out. It was just like, “This is who I am. For the record.”
The model had boyfriends growing up and had her first relationship with a woman when she was 18.
She continued with the American singer / songwriter Anne Clark, known as St. Vincent, from 2014 to 2016, who also identifies as gender and sexually fluent.
Former Love: The Paper Towns actress had a previous relationship with American singer Anne Clark, known as St. Vincent
Cara then had a relationship with Pretty Little Liars actress Ashley Benson for almost two years.
She had previously been associated with Jake Bugg, Harry Styles and
The couple broke up in May of this year after their relationship “went on”.
Not talking about the breakup, Cara admitted, “I’ve always felt bad for anyone I’ve ever had a relationship with. It is very difficult to maintain the normality in it.
“I guess that’s why I tend to keep my private life much more private now, because that public thing can ruin a lot of things.”
Heartbreak: Cara and Ashley Benson split in May this year after two years of dating (pictured September 2019)
Glamorous: The couple kept their relationship private, and Cara has since admitted that dating her isn’t easy as she is very much in the spotlight
They first sparked dating rumors in August 2018, when they were spotted at London’s Heathrow Airport.
Cara only confirmed their romance in June last year, when she kissed Ashley to celebrate both their one-year anniversary and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots.
The Suicide Squad star also came out in 2018 as a gender fluid for her fans.
During her revealing interview, Cara also spoke of the advice of disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein, who she said invited her to his hotel room and tried to kiss her, which she resisted before fleeing.
Split: It was alleged that the couple quit it last month after their relationship ‘went on’
She said, “Harvey was one of the people who told me I couldn’t be with a woman and couldn’t be an actress. I had to have a beard.
“Have a conversation with a guy and they say,” I’m going to pretend I’m with you, but I don’t really love you “?
“I think when I was pushed more like that, I realized how much more I needed to go the other way.”
Understanding: Cara depicted as a toddler (bottom center) with her mother and sisters, Poppy (top left) and Chloe (far right). The future star said she struggled with her sexuality during her childhood
The singer said that her middle-class childhood in Hammersmith, West London, and her experience with boarding school in Bedales meant she initially struggled to accept her sexuality.
She said, “I grew up in an old-fashioned, oppressed English family. And I used the word “gay” to describe things that were fucking all the time.
“I didn’t want to upset my family. I was very unhappy and depressed. If you don’t accept or love a part of yourself, it’s almost like you’re not there.
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By the time I was seventeen, my antidepressants had stopped working. I hated myself then. I was like, “I’ll never deliver.” ‘
She came to her 18-year-old father after her first heartbreak and said she was amazed at his caring response.
She said, “I remember hugging me and I started crying so much. I said, “She broke my heart.”
“I thought the moment he could throw me out. I was so scared; I was really terrified. And he was like, “She’s not worth the energy. You deserve to be loved.” He was so sweet that I could cry about it now. ‘
Cara appears on the cover of Variety’s Power of Pride cover, something her 16-year-old self would never have believed.
She said, “Proud of me is a feeling of something I never really had as a child.
“A sense of pride is like a sense of belonging, a family outside your family, a place where you don’t have to apologize or feel ashamed.
“I guess I never felt like I belonged anywhere as a child. Or I always felt that I did not belong in my own body. I felt so lost. ‘