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81.Learn How to Kiss | gaysexguide


81.Learn How to Kiss
Learn How to Kiss and be a Great Kisser
by Robin Forbes
"For it was not into my ear you whispered, but into my heart. It was not my lips you kissed, but my soul." - Judy Garland

This quote from Judy Garland brings up probably the most important point that you need to know when it comes to learning how to kiss. And that point or lesson is that kissing is a very important part of romance. When you kiss someone that you want to be romantically involved with a mere smooch isn't enough. The kiss needs to come from deep down within you.
Smooches are cheap - a dime a dozen. But a well placed and heartfelt kiss deserves another date, or perhaps the beginnings of something more intimate. I'm not against smooching per se, as it can be fun and even naughty, but the focus of this article is on great kisses.
Kissing Guidelines:
Before I get into the preparation of a kiss and some specific tips and kissing techniques, we need to discuss boundaries. The question that often comes up when the subject of kissing is brought up is, "Are there any specific taboos or kissing no-no's?"
If your date shies away from kissing on the first date, whether it's by actually saying "No", or by them moving away from a kiss; then respect their choice and don't press the issue. There's always next time to look forward to. If there isn't a next time, then the kiss would have been wasted anyway.
The other kissing "no-no", is something that I would consider as a general guideline rather than a hard and fast rule. I'm talking about French kissing now. Many people consider French kissing, (this involves using your tongue while you kiss) to be far too intimate for a first date unless that first date is going to end up going to bed. Keep this in mind because you may find yourself inviting something that wasn't intended when you planted that kiss.
Getting Prepared to Kiss:
Freshen up. Nothing ends a kiss as quickly as a foul smelling mouth! Things to avoid include garlic and onions, excessive amounts of coffee or alcohol and of course smoking.
Regardless of what makes your mouth less than desirable, it's a good idea to check your breath before engaging in any serious kissing. Packing breath spray, travel sized mouthwash or mints can help alleviate embarrassing kissing blunders. Excuse yourself to the nearest restroom if need be.
Lip prep. Keep your lips moisturized with lip balm because no one really likes to kiss sandpaper lips. For you guys that are reading this article read that last sentence again and get into the habit of carrying around a tube of lip balm.
Moisten your lips. Moistening your lips before you kiss is a good idea; however, avoid the St. Bernard dog syndrome, please.
Basic Kissing Techniques:
Keep Relaxed. This applies to both your lips and the rest of your body. Don't stiffen up - kissing is enjoyable!
Body Positioning - You should either be standing or sitting close to your partner. As the two of you move closer together tilt your head slightly to one side, your partner will probably do likewise except in the opposite direction. If that doesn't happen don't worry about it as your heads will naturally move into better positions as your kissing progresses if it's a long lingering kiss.
Care and handling. Great kissing involves more than just the skillful use of your mouth and lips. What you do with your hands plays an important part too. Placing your hands on your partners' back, face, the back of their head or the hips can mean the difference between a good kiss and a great kiss.
Keep your focus. Focusing on the person you are kissing is all important. If you let your mind wander to other people or events, you're going to end up with an unresponsive kisser. Concentrate on the person and the kiss at hand - not on what may or may not happen next.
Close your eyes and enjoy the sensation of your partners' lips on yours. Enjoy and savor this moment.
Some people prefer to keep their eyes open while they kiss, but I tend to go with the school of thought that it's better to keep one's eyes shut for at least the beginning of a kiss. It's kind of like drinking in and savoring a really fragrant rose or flower. Pure heaven!
Lip movement. Start by opening your mouth slightly and placing your lips over your partner's lips. You could proceed by giving a (for lack of a better word) puckering type kiss and then go on to moving your lips in a slow, circular motion. Or you could leave your lips still over your partner's.
Breathe! Kissing isn't like diving; you don't need to take a deep breath before you start kissing. Breathe through your nose. Take short breaks away and deliver quick strategic kisses to your partner's lips.
Tantalize! In addition to delivering quick kisses to the lips, you might want to try delivering quick kisses to your partner's eyelids, nose, forehead, chin, ears and neck. No, you don't have to do them all, just the parts that strike your fancy and that the other person is comfortable with.
Remember, there's really no right or wrong way to kiss. The more you kiss, even with the same partner, the more variations you'll discover. And the better you'll get at it. Good luck and have fun!
Becoming a truly great kisser takes practice so grab a hottie and start smoochin' guys!!!!


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