Teeth and Kissing
Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
I am new to kissing and I feel I do well enough with my girlfriend. There is a problem, though: sometimes my teeth get in the way. I never bite her or cut her but they just might touch her lips once in a while. She's never complained nor has she reacted negatively but I'm scared this is a problem. If even it's not bad, how can I prevent it? Also, IS it bad at all? Thanks for you time.
One of the most important things you can learn about touching another person is that there is no right or wrong. Some people think sloppy (salivaey) kisses are really bad. Some people love them! Some people thing tongues in the mouth is icky. Other people think it's incredibly erotic. Some people are really excited by teeth rubbing against lips. It's a cool sensation. Some people don't like it because it's sort of scary, teeth are pointy things.
So don't worry about it being a problem or not a problem for "the world". If she likes it, that's all that matters. If she doesn't like it, hopefully she would have told you. One of THE most important things you can ever, ever do is make sure you communicate about what you like and don't like as far as touching goes. The only way you'll ever know what SHE likes is to ask her to tell you. Talk all the time about it. You don't have to go into long conversations. Just say "Do you like this?" and she can murmur happy or unhappy sounds. It can be quite fun in fact ...
-- from Jenn
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com