Studies show that the first kiss is more powerful than the first sexual encounter. According to a post at ABC NEWS.com today:
Apparently the power of the first kiss is underrated. “A good kiss can seal a relationship, a bad kiss can kill it” continues the article.
While I think that’s true, I also think it can be a lot of fun to teach someone the art of locking lips. What better way to pass the time than lovingly saying to your significant other “honey, you’re not so good at this, but I’d like to spend some time and effort working through it!”
Kissing gets overlooked a lot. I understand a lot of people don’t think it’s the main event – but kisses tell us a lot about a person. Are they gentle and patient? Or are they aggressive and rushed? Or are they apathetic and impatient?
Kissing is the gateway to greater intimacy. If the kiss doesn’t go well (or improve with time and effort), women won’t be willing to open up to much more. Because frankly, we know how that “much more” is going to go given the effort put into that first kiss.