How to Kiss a Boy… (or a Girl)
|April 28, 2012||Posted by Denise under Relationships, Tips|
Introduction to Becoming a Great Kisser
Unlike sports, video games, or other hobbies, kissing is something that you can become great at in no time at all! But before you learn the tactics, it’s good to learn the principles behind the kiss.
The most important thing is to kiss someone you like!
Mutual attraction is essential to a great kiss. Without it, all you’re doing is pressing your lips together, and you’ll leave feeling unfulfilled and disappointed.
Kissing is a way to show affection, to let someone know you really like them, and a passionate way to say “I love you.” The more feeling there is behind the kiss, the more enjoyable it will be. This is why kissing just anyone isn’t really that fun, and definitely isn’t a good idea. If you save those strong, passionate kisses for someone you truly have feelings for, your kissing experience will be 100 times more exciting.
One of the biggest factors in good kissing is this attraction itself— as opposed to pure technique.
Of course, when it comes to technique, I’m here to show you how.
Note: I am Not the world’s leading expert on kissing— far from it. But I have 5 previous boyfriends and a current fiance, I believe I’m qualified enough to show you the basic stuff.
There are 3 basic ways to kiss someone, let’s start with the easiest one.
Step 1 — Face your partner. Make sure your faces are somewhat close together–closer than you would be if you were just talking to someone!
Step 2 — Lean in slowly. You may tilt your head slightly to one side if you wish; however, this is not entirely necessary if you are just going for a peck. It helps, though, if you are afraid of bumping noses!
Step 3 — Close your eyes and pucker your lips (not too much!) as you lean in to make contact.
Step 4 – Gently touch your lips to your partner’s. Push gently outward with your lips once you make contact, and then pull away, but not too quickly! That’s it!
The open mouth kiss
Step 1 — Face your partner (just as if you were going to give them a peck like we learned above). Make sure your faces are somewhat close together–closer than you would be if you were just talking to someone!
Step 2 — Lean in slowly. Tilt your head to one side as you lean in. This is very important in this kiss–otherwise you’ll bump noses!
Step 3 — Part your lips, but don’t open your mouth like you’re going to eat something. More like you were taking a drink from a bottle. This is done at the last second before your lips meet theirs. Don’t open your mouth all the way down as you lean in to kiss them!
Step 4 – Gently touch your lips to your partner’s. Your mouths will be a little diagonal to each other, or they can be almost perpendicular. Open your mouth a little more as your lips meet. As you kiss, you may press a little harder (but not too hard!) if you’d like, and then you may prefer to move your head slightly side to side as you slowly kiss them again and again. Remember to go slowly and soak in the passion of this kiss!
And finally! Everybody’s favorite little activity…
The French kiss.
Face your partner. Make sure your faces are somewhat close together–closer than you would be if you were just talking to someone, just like in the last two kisses!
Lean in slowly. Tilt your head to one side and part your lips just as you come close to their mouth (see the open mouth kiss above).
Press your open lips to theirs (your mouths will be diagonal to one another or even nearly perpendicular). Open your mouth further once you make contact.
Gently slide your tongue inside your partner’s mouth. Don’t force it down there! Slowly move it across their tongue. Slide your tongues across one another, and gently explore your partner’s mouth. Remember to avoid real fast movements (slower is hotter and more tantalizing!), avoid licking their teeth, and remember to breathe through your nose! You may want to mix this kiss up with open mouth kisses as well as other playful kisses once you are comfortable kissing your partner.
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