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Cara Delevingne admits the way she describes her sexuality constantly changes.
The model, 28, described it as being like a "pendulum swinging" but says she's now much more comfortable with her sexuality than ever before.
She admits that she used to "self-shame" because of her sexuality but insists she can finally embrace who she really is.
Cara spoke with Josh Smith on a Pride episode of podcast Make It Reign and said: "The way I define myself still changes all the time, whether it's pansexual, bisexual – I don't really know.
"It's like a pendulum swinging, but almost now I feel far more comfortable being bisexual than I used to.
"I've kind of felt because I was lacking in my desire for women or love for women that I kind of just went one way and now it changes a lot more."
Cara Delevingne says how she describes how sexuality constantly changes
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In the past, the model has been romantically linked with Paris Jackson, musician St. Vincent, actress Michelle Rodriguez, Jake Bugg and Harry Styles.
And now she has revealed that she feels "a lot more free" as she used to think that being gay came with "self-shaming".
Cara announced last year that she identified as pansexual, an orientation that is defined as "sexual, romantic or emotional attraction towards people regardless of their sex or gender identity".
During her chat with Josh, the star continued: "I'm (now) taking pride in my sexual identity. I'm taking pride in my sexuality."
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Later on in the discussion, Cara explained that she thinks Pride needs to be about "just love".
"Love for your partner, love for your neighbour, love for yourself more importantly, and loving people you don't know either,' she said.
Growing up, Cara had her first female relationship at the age of 18.
Cara came out to her father at this age following her first heartbreak and admits she was surprised by his comforting response.
Cara Delevingne thinks Pride needs to be about "just love"
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In an interview with Variety last year she revealed: "I remember he gave me a hug, and I started crying so much. I said, 'She broke my heart'.
"I thought at the moment, he might kick me out. I was that scared; I was honestly terrified. And he was like, 'She isn't worth the energy. You deserve to be loved.' He was so sweet, I could cry about it right now."
Cara later went on to date American singer/songwriter Anne Clark, known as St. Vincent, between 2014 and 2016.
St Vincent also identifies as gender and sexually fluid.
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