Model and actress Cara Delvigne feels men are not equipped with the "right tools" to handle a woman sexually.
"For me, the earliest ideas I ever got taught about sex were man plus woman, dick plus vagina equals orgasm," says Cara. "I don't want to go into the art of making a woman come, but it's just a lot more complicated and a lot more fun."
The first episode of Cara's series focuses in particular on the "orgasm gap" between men and women. It is reported that 95% of heterosexual men orgasm during vaginal sex, compared with only 35% of women.
In order to study the female orgasm, Delevigne actually offers her orgasm up for analysis, masturbating for ten minutes as part of a German research study. The model finds out she is one of the 80% of the population who produces, endocannabinoids ( the body's own brand of cannabis) when she orgasms.
Speaking openly about her own sexual experiences, Delevigne says that she realises this orgasm gap complicates sex for heterosexual couples.
"I get it, It's a lot more complicated for a woman to have to tell you "You're not doing it right", you have to sit down and listen to what I say. Yeah, it's an ego killer which most men can't handle."
Delevigne, who identifies as queer, has previously shared her experiences of internalised homophobia and her struggles with coming out. Speaking about the series she says "I feel really, really proud of what we created. I know I shouldn't feel shame but I truly believe there are souls like me all over the world."
To learn more about Ireland's relationship with sex, and hear Irish mean and women in the South East share their experiences of sex, listen to "Let's Talk About Gneas", Beat's podcast all about Irish people and sex.