How To Give A French Kiss
No woman likes to be slobbered all over so learning how to give a french kiss properly will make you very popular with the ladies. A french kiss is not just about thrusting your tongue into an open mouth. Instead, it's about the emotion and great technique.
- The very first lesson to learn in how to give a french kiss is to find a very willing partner. Never try and thrust your tongue into a mouth that's closed. Your lady will let you know that she wants a french kiss by slightly parting her lips.
- To make a french kiss extremely hot, place one hand lightly on her face as you lean into kiss her lips. And, start your french kiss off right by leaning in very slowly. The anticipation will really heat things up.
- When your lover parts her lips, slowly thrust your tongue into her mouth. It's all about speed and tongue right now. Probe gently around her mouth; explore her tongue, run your tongue across the top of her mouth, feel her teeth.
- Let yourself go! Giving a hint to the emotion you're feeling, such as sighing deeply or moaning softly, will really let her know that you're enjoying sharing this french kiss.
Warnings: Almost as important as learning how to give a french kiss is how not to give a french kiss. For example, do not use small snakey moves with your tongue rapidly in and out of your lover's mouth. That's just a gross technique anyway you look at it. Keep your spit to yourself. If you find that saliva is building up, stop the french kiss for just a moment and swallow. Your lover will appreciate the effort. Do not choke your lover with your tongue. You're not digging for gold while thrusting your tongue so keep the tongue movement out of her throat.