Locking lips! Types of kissing, myths about kissing, “good” and “bad” kissers, what a kiss means to you…
Labeling someone as a “good” kisser implies a one-size-fits-all technique, but in reality, we don’t have good and bad; we have compatible and non-compatible kissers. Kissing is a matter of preference, attraction, attunement to your partner, and perhaps even genetics.
Once we become sexually active, we often throw kissing into the foreplay category and give it little thought, but kissing can be the end game. Kissing doesn’t always have to lead to sex! Kissing can be exciting, and our challenge to you is to let it stand alone. Spend a day making out with your partner and explore how that feels together!
Communication is, not surprisingly, key when it comes to kissing.
Does your partner prefer wet kisses or dry kisses? A hot and heavy makeout or soft and slow caress? Do you like to be touched while kissed? Where and how?
The bottom line is that you don’t know what your partner wants and they don’t know what you want unless you talk about it. When we explore kissing with our partner, we learn to dance together, and we learn to enjoy the kiss!
Some 𝒎𝒚𝒕𝒉𝒔 about kissing:
💋 Some people are just “good” kissers
💋 Good kisses need lots of tongue
💋 Kissing is foreplay
💋 Find a way to kiss and stick with it