History of the kiss.
Apparently the history of the kiss does snot involve a god and a goddess finding each others lips. The more likely story according to studies extends back to the bond between mother and child. Before the invention of jars of baby food, mothers had to first chew food in order to give it to their child. The emotional connection that takes place goes way beyound the giving and receiving of food. It is more about the peace and safety felt by both mother and child.
“Human lips not only contain sebaceous glands, they are also filled with extremely sensitive nerve endings.” Lou Paget
Cleanliness is next to Godliness!
First and most importantly, make sure your mouth and breath are clean before kissing. We have all been in a situation where we are thinking, “does my breath smell?” Especially on a first kiss. If your partner’s breath is a little offensive, don’t be afraid to say something if you can’t be honest in regards to a kiss that may spill over into your sex adventures. Be friendly but do say something.
Kissing that stirs passion!
- Tight, closed lips are NOT associated with passion. If you don’t want to kiss, it’s better not to do it ay all than to do it with no feeling.
- When your lips touch someone’s skin, that person should be able to feel the inside rim of your lips, not just the outside.
- Add your tongue intermittently at first, gradually increasing movement in each kiss. NOTE-Make sure your tongue is not going in and out quickly like a snake. Snake kissing is not a turn-on.
- Men love to be kissed, nibbled, and muzzled, but again not with snake-like movement. Move slowly and take the time to explore his body. Lips are not just for kissing.
- The lips are home base to sensuality, and wherever you roam, remember to go home.
- Most importantly, GO SLOWLY. The more excited he gets, the faster he will want you to go. Don’t forget to keep it slow. Don’t rush or let him rush you.
To learn more tricks read “How to be a great lover” by Lou Paget. Plus a lot of other tricks besides kissing.