The art of kissing, how do you go about it?
I’m a strong believer of kissing being an art and everyone has a way of making it interesting in their own subtle way. With that being said, different people like different things.
Don’t worry too much about getting it right for the first time, there’s no such thing as kissing lessons. You learn it yourself, from practice.
Tongue kissing often starts with kissing on the lips. You move your lips and explore the other person’s lips gently with your own. Then you turn your head to one side a little, so your noses don’t get in the way. Open your mouth, and slowly let your tongue slip inside your partner’s. Let your tongues glide over and caress each other.
If it feels good, you’re doing it right and if your partner is also enjoying it then you are both good.
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Make sure the other person is also enjoying it. And be clear about what you like. Some people like wet lips, others don’t. Some like kissing gently, others like having the other person’s tongue deep inside their mouth.
Build up slowly. Stop now and then and look each other in the eyes. If you can tell the other person wants to stop, don’t worry just try again later.
One thing that you must get right every time that you plan to kiss your partner is that oral hygiene is very important.
Always keep a fresh breath by brushing or flossing. Avoid taking foods with strong scents like garlic. A smelly breath can be a huge turn off for your partner.
As part of kissing, you can also keep your hands busy by caressing your partner.
Charline Carren is a blogger and an editor at Tech for Development. A trained Public Relations and communication specialist.
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