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The Art of Erotic Kissing by Peter Spalton, The Dating Doctor

By on February 17, 2010

Mmmm, you know that moment… your bodies are so close that you can feel the heat of each other’s breath.

You lean in toward each other, then warm lips touch warm lips ever so gently. The kiss deepens, lips pressing harder and deeper as you begin to move against each other, pulling each other body against body, trying to erase any space left between you. Tongues intertwine; probing and tasting, igniting a fire and sending tingles of pleasure deep through your core. A kiss that can seemingly melt two people into a singular body of erotic passion.

Erotic Kissing

Erotic kissing should always be intoxicating and it is possible to take some women to orgasm just with an erotic kiss and a tweak of her nipples.

Erotic kissing is much more than the French Kiss, which is a generic term for a soul kiss where you open your mouths and play with each other’s tongues. Think of erotic kissing as an à la carte menu of dishes (or kisses) from which you can create a banquet of passion according to your own and your partner’s taste.

Five Tips to be a Great Kisser

  1. As with most sexual activities, anticipation builds up the excitement. So take it slowly and use 4 techniques like the breath kiss to create sexual tension.
  2. Variety is essential, as is reading the mood of your partner. Be slow and tender sometimes, kissing shallow or playful. At other times be passionate, kissing hungry and deep.
  3. Use your hands and fingers to caress whilst kissing. When standing you can caress the head, neck, arms and upper body. If you’re lying down or sitting you can also play your fingers and hands over their legs and tummy.
  4. No two people kiss the same, so learn to read your partner and vary your technique and approach according to what they like.
  5. As with most skills, practice makes perfect. Try and develop a style that appeals to you and your partner.

To read more of The Art of Erotic Kissing, you can buy the book at Amazon.

One Comment

  1. Faron

    February 18, 2010 at 11:26 am

    Great article! As Henry Louis Mencken said, ” The first kiss is stolen by the man; the last is begged by the woman.”
    If you kiss me right, you’ll have my body begging for more. You never forget a really great kisser!

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