How to Kiss Someone – Simple Techniques to Build Sexual Desire and Appear Smitten With Your Mate
A kiss is an expressive gesture or physical contact of one’s mouth along with the lips or other body parts of another person or a solid object to be rubbed or stroked. It is mostly performed by women and it conveys certain emotions related to feelings of attraction, desire, affection, and intimacy. Kissing varies culturally, but there are some universal gestures of affection that most people understand when they go out on a first date. In most societies, it is considered proper for a man to kiss a woman during a meal, on a special occasion or on the first date. Some cultures value the gesture so much that it has even been prescribed by law in some countries as a necessary part of wedding etiquette.
In America, kissing is still seen as a romantic gesture and is one of the most common expressions of affection between couples, according to research. Cultural norms about kissing also differ widely. One could be for romance, yet another for mere physical touching, yet another for showing respect to the opposite sex, yet another for showing support for the parents or the guardian, and yet another for many other reasons. Even though people see different reasons for kissing, the principle is usually the same. If you want to kiss someone, you must kiss them, no questions asked.
Today, however, there are ways to make kissing a more intimate, romantic gesture that can lead to even more passionate kisses. Some may find this new trend of kissing more pleasurable than what it was in the past because of all the ways to get people to kiss each other without really being too obvious about it. There are techniques for making out that are discrete enough that your partner would never even realize that you were trying to get them into a more intimate kiss. The following simple steps would make your kissing experience something more romantic and fun.
Most people kiss their cheeks, which is a good idea because it is probably the easiest way to do it. It is, however, the gesture that will dictate how the rest of the kiss goes and how much passion and energy are put into it. The cheek kiss is a simple gesture that anyone can do, so don’t worry that you aren’t doing it right. It’s as simple as lightly touching the side of the cheek of the person you’re trying to kiss, while looking into their eyes.
If you have long hair, this can also be a good place to start with the kissing part. Begin by pulling back slightly and then taking a sniff of the hair behind it. This tells your partner that you are interested in them and that you love their scent. After taking a sniff, move toward the front of the person’s face, using the same cheek as before but using your nose to inhale deeply. Use your tongue to explore the insides of the cheeks and apply more of the brown-jasmine spray if desired.
Another simple gesture that almost everyone knows, but few practices, is to use your lips to part the lips and make a “come here” motion with your fingers. The entire body should move together as well, so that you look like you are trying to kiss someone. Once you’ve made this small gesture complete, take another part of the paper and put it between the two of you’ mouths and then, as if you had a kiss, move in for the kiss. If done correctly, your partner should feel that they’ve really gotten everything out of you and that you are going to take it from there.