There is an infinite variety of kisses that lovers can exchange, from playful or tender lip kissing to deeply arousing open-mouth kissing with tongue play. Kissing can be one of life’s great pleasures. The art of kissing is worth pursuing.
This kiss involves the whole mouth and tongue.
Considerations of hygiene and today’s associations of mouth-to-mouth contact with sexual arousal make this type of feeding unacceptable in our society, but the action lives on in adult erotic behavior.
- Find out with your lips and tongue where his or her teeth are, so you can avoid banging into them with your own teeth.
- Push your tongue into your partner’s mouth and with searching movements explore the tongue and the inside of her mouth .
- Vary the pace and the movements
- Non-smokers do not like the taste or smell of tobacco. If your new partner does not smoke and you do, now would be a very good time to give up the habit
- Do not eat strong tasting food, such as garlic or curry, unless your partner is eating it too.
- Good oral hygiene is essential if you want your mouth to look and taste good. Have regular dental visits and eat a healthy diet so that your breath is fresh.
- Do not kiss or have oral sex if you have a mouth, gum or throat infection. An estimated 250 different bacteria and viruses carried in saliva can be transferred through kissing. Although AIDS has been found in the salivary glands as yet there is no evidence to suggest that it can be caught from kissing.
- Most w omen prefer being kissed passionately by a man who has recently shaved rather than one with a beard stubble.
- Make full use of all the muscles in your mouth and tongue. It is much better kissing someone whose mouth responds to yours and who knows how to use pressure, than someone whose mouth is flabby and slack.
A good book for more kissing tips is “The Art of Kissing” by William Cane