How To Kiss advises anybody who is kissing someone new for the first time to begin slowly with a simple closed-lips kiss. With a first kiss, only if your date opens their mouth or uses their tongue should you then move on to tongue kissing or french kissing. At first, progress only following their lead ! With later kissing, you taking more of a lead is discussed below.
The key to a first kiss is be simple, soft and gentle, then follow your date's lead and if they do not go any further then you try to slowly lead on to more advanced kissing ... that's all there is to it really.
If your first simple kissing has gone fine, then slowly and lightly draw your tongue across the other person's lips. If the other person lightly parts their lips, slowly explore the other person's teeth or tongue in a light licking motion. The tongue is very sensitive, so tongue to tongue is the basis of french kissing.
HANDS should be used gently, and having started with waist, back and shoulders go on to caressing hair and face. Do especially go ahead and touch hair. (And don't use sticky hairspray or goo, then your date can enjoy touching your hair.)
EYES at first should mostly be closed, but go on to eyes opened at times, especially if your date does.
SOUNDS like moaning and groaning should at first be avoided, but go on to the occasional mmmm, groan or smacky sound especially if your date does.
TONGUE action should start slowly and involve a give-and-take, with both parties allowed the opportunity for interaction.
STOP when it feels right, hug, kiss the neck, then kiss again if your date wants to.
When kissing someone for the first time, always begin slowly with a simple closed-lips kiss. Then you can try just opening your lips a little and see how they respond, or try a gentle lick of their lips and see how they respond. Only when your date opens their mouth or uses their tongue, should you then move on to tongue kissing or french kissing. Mostly following their lead will go best ! Too much tongue may not be liked, but a little good tongue may go very well.
1. Flicker the tip of your tongue on the tip of theirs.
2. Rotate your tongue in a circular motion.
3. Tickle the roof of your date's mouth with your tongue.
4. Play chase tongues back and forth.
5. Suck your partner's tongue.
Do note that different people can prefer different ways of kissing, so there is really no wrong way to kiss. Trying the above will help you to find out what your partner likes, and to then go with that. And kissing does not have to be mouth only, you can go on to kiss their neck, cheeks, chin and maybe more if they like it.
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