Kisses are the window to the soul

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In Why We Kiss: The Science of Kissing

Kissing allows us to get close enough to a mate to assess essential characteristics about them, none of which we’re consciously processing…research indicates we do communicate with chemicals.

females put more importance on kissing, and most would never have sex without kissing first. Men, on the other hand, would have sex without kissing beforehand; they would also have sex with someone who wasn’t a good kisser.

Kissing… plays a role not only in mate selection but also in bonding

in Kissing: the first step in sexual communication

a kiss is the first opportunity for intending or established partners to physically connect with each other.

A good kiss can be the beginning of a beautiful relationship, a journey through your partner’s soul. And whether it’s your first kiss or your thousandth, whether it’s with someone new or with your long-term partner, kissing leaves an impression, one that lingers long after your lips have disengaged.

A good kissing session can last for hours without the hint of sexual intentions, depending on the level of chemistry and passion between the partners, just as it can be abrupt and a complete turn-off, especially for the female. If done right, a good kiss can be intoxicating, mesmerizing and even magical, leaving you breathless and in a state of exquisite euphoria.

 

 

 

 

Kissing someone is a way to learn and communicate with them  read here

About dave94015

interested in alternative relationships, visual artist, erotic romance writer and reviewer of erotica, drug rehab clinic intern - early 30's
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