Posted on April 26, 2009
Filed Under French Kiss
So you want to learn how to make out, but have no idea what to do once you’re with that special person, right? Well, when most people think about “making out”, they think of the french kiss. It’s a staple of make out sessions everywhere and is synonymous with the term make out. It’s also referred to as soul kiss, tongue kiss, sucking face, swapping spit, and many other various slang terms.
You can see people french kissing on TV and in movies all the time, but until you do it yourself it’s hard to understand exactly what you need to do or how to do it well.
You need practice, but the only way to practice is by doing it! Unless you have a really good friend that’s willing to practice with you and it won’t ruin your relationship, you’re just going to have to read and prepare as best as you can for when the moment arrives that you actually get to kiss someone for real.
I’ve done some research online and can’t find exactly why it’s called “French kiss” in the first place. But that just makes it more mysterious and interesting! Ok, let’s get started.
As with any type of kissing, you need to make sure your partner is OK with what you’re doing or about to do. Wait until you’re really comfortable with each other and in a quiet, intimate moment before you attempt this kiss. And remember the rule that was discussed in previous posts, go slow! Don’t just jam your tongue into their mouth and wiggle it around like crazy. There may not be any one right way of doing it, but that is definitely the wrong way to do it!
You should probably wet your lips a little, but make sure they’re not too wet and slobbery. Press your lips against your partner’s and start with some light, regular kisses. When you feel like it’s the right time, open your lips a little while you continue to kiss normally. This will be a signal to your partner that you want to move on to more advanced kisses. If they respond and open their lips too, then you have been cleared for takeoff!
Gently extend your tongue out of your mouth (just a little bit at first!) and lick their lips a little. Extend it further into their mouth and touch their tongue with it. Curl it around theirs, caress their tongue with yours, etc. Always remember to retract your tongue back into your mouth in regular intervals and take a breath and swallow. You don’t want to suffocate or drown your partner!
Hopefully your partner will be doing these same thing back to you, so you just need to find a rhythm and keep doing it. Usually one person takes the lead, just like in dancing. A lot of times it the male in the relationship, but not always. Combine these techniques along with the ones mentioned previously and you will be an expert french kisser in no time!