Cara Delevingne will present a new BBC Three documentary which will explore “biggest questions around human sexuality.”

Set under the working title Sex Planet, the six-part series will take a deep dive into some of the biggest questions around gender and sexuality, including: Why are some of us straight and some of us not? Are gender and sexuality independent or intertwined? Why do our sexual tastes vary from person to person and culture to culture?

The activist, model, author and LGBTQ+ advocate will have “her mind and body on the line” for the upcoming series, but remains “excited” for what’s to come, saying: “As someone who struggled for years to understand my sexual identity, I am so excited to be partnering with Hulu, Naked, BBC Three and Fremantle to be making a series that could change the views of so many people through honest and personal conversations.

“I can only imagine what having a series like this would have meant to the 14-year-old me who struggled to understand feelings that were seen as non-conventional or different. If our series helps one young person have an easier conversation with their parents, we will have achieved one of our many goals in making this series.”

Delevingne is best known for her modelling work, activism, and crossover into the acting industry. She made her acting debut in 2012 in an adaptation of Anna Karenina.She also appeared in John Green’s film adaption of the novel Paper Towns (2015) and DC’s Suicide Squad (2016).

Related: Cara Delevingne comes out as pansexual: “I’m attracted to the person.”