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frenching for beginners
A french kiss can be playful, or romantic...or both! For beginners, you may want to start a french kiss in a normal kiss. Try to get comfortable with your partner before going any farther with a kiss. Make sure that your partner is comfortable with it too by slipping a tounge into their mouth, or gently running your tounge over their lips. If they are ready for this type of kiss, then they will open their mouth, allowing you to slip your tounge in. If your partner pulls back, don't be embarassed or angry! Make sure to make a mental note not to begin the french kiss with them. When they feel that they are ready, they will begin the french kiss. (Until then, stick to simple pecks, or passionate closed lip kisses.) There are many techniques to a french kiss, so don't be afraid to experiment! There are countless ways to french kiss! You know that your partner likes what you are doing if they deepen the kiss, or making a moaning sound when you do certain things. If they moan when you suck on their bottom lip, or touch a certain area of their mouth with your tounge, do it again, because they like it! Lastly, try not to have your first kiss or french kiss in front of a group of people, unless you are completely comfortable with people watching you! It can make for an awkard and embarassing first kiss. PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT!! Remember that although most people focus a french kiss on what you're doing with your tounges, hand positioning is key! For guys-Putting your hand just above the butt, or on the waist of your partner is very good, but a hand on the face (around the jaw bone/neck or cheek) usually makes for one of the most passionate kisses. For girls- Don't leave your hands at your sides! This may give your partner the idea that you aren't really into the kiss. You may want your arms around your partner's neck, or on the back of their head (for guys who like it when a girl takes control). Another good spot is touching the inside of his forearms, usually right below the elbow. This is a spot with an abundance of nerves. It gives your partner a tingling and anxious feeling, which may be useful if you want to deepen the kiss. REMEMBER: NEVER KISS AND TELL. (Unless its your first, but no trash talking your partner. They might be new to kissing, so don't scare them away with teasing when they might have amazing potential.)