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Sure, there are upsides to hanging out with dudes. They always help with the dishes when you invite them over for lunch, they never take up half your seat on the subway, they can just bench-press their way out of any awkward social situation, and they definitely never try to put the moves you sexually when you insist on adding the tequila shot to your Tecate eleven times in a row. Oh wait, none of those things are true. Especially if you possess Cara Delevingne levels of hotness.
In an interview with The Guardian, which aptly took place in bed, Delevingne managed to stay awake long enough to touch upon her social media frankness and, of course, her sexuality. You didn’t think that stone was going to go unturned, did you?
“On that topic, I think…” She pauses for a while, gathers her thoughts behind her big bushy eyebrows, which also have their own Twitter feed. “What do I think? I think people shouldn’t be scared of that. I’m young, I’m having fun, I don’t want to pretend to be something I’m not.” She shrugs. “So I don’t really care on that matter. People can say what they want, but I’m having a good time. I know what people are doing who are my age; I just think it would be a lie to pretend that I’m not having a good time.”
But it’s not all a good time. As a child Delevingne, was a tomboy. A guys’ girl, a regular Joe. But now she can’t get in with the boys without them wanting to get into her pants:
“I don’t meet men now who just want to be my friend. It doesn’t really happen that much. They’re just shallow like that. Unless it’s one of my girlfriend’s boyfriends, most guys are not like, ‘Oh, we should just be mates.’ I think it’s harder to become friends with guys,” she says, looking a little sad, “because guys just want to have sex with you.”
Are you listening, men? If you want to get into bed with Cara, all you need is a little sensitivity. Or in lieu of that, a journalism degree.
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