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Student Village Academy Forums HEALTH AND RELATIONSHIPS Kissing 101: How to Kiss like a pro ?

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    • #39769
      Esther Amadi


      • Ease into it

      A slower pace will give you time to know their body language and how they like it.


      • Use your hands wisely

      Your partner’s jaw, waist, along their neck or back of the head are the best spots to place your hands.


      • It’s perfectly okay to laugh

      Sometimes to ease the tension or hide your nervousness you might be tempted to make a little joke or laugh.


      • Find the right time to kiss

      Sit or stand close to your partner, make eye contact and let the conversation flow easily coming to a natural breaking point where it happens.


      • Chill out… Relax

      Chances are your partner has been dying to kiss you all night also, so be confident and comfortable, relax and enjoy it.


      • Flirt your way in

      Lingering gazes, witty banter, hand-holding – all of that makes the kiss much more electrifying and soul pleasing when it actually happens.


      • Explore!

      Once you’ve gotten comfortable with each other, spice things up! Try nibbling softly on their ear or gently tugging their bottom lip. Again, it’s not all about the lips, and once you start incorporating other body parts into your makeout session, you’ll really take things to the next level. Ayeeeee!


      • Control Your Tongue

      This!!!! Launching your tongue into their mouth will not end well; Catastrophy!!! But using it the right way will make them go crazy for you, When things start to heat up, move your tongue inside their mouth in a circular pattern. If you’re still unsure about what to do in the moment, pay attention to what their tongue is doing. You never want to be like a dog licking its owner’s face, but if they seem to like the tongue action, there’s no reason why you can’t go all in. Finish it alllll

      • This topic was modified 1 year, 6 months ago by Esther Amadi.
      • This topic was modified 1 year, 6 months ago by Esther Amadi.
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