Haha. I like the title. :) Anyways, I am a freshmen and still haven't kissed anyone yet. (I'm a straight girl, just in case you were wondering) and I know don't rush it, you're time will come, etc. I am not asking why, but how. Like, a real kiss. No tongues, but on the lips. Please don't say "Let it go naturally" because I have no idea what naturally even is in the kissing world. So, any tips, warnings, steps, etc? That would be helpful. Thanks!
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Don't worry about the age. I didn't have my first kiss until my junior year (LAST year) and that was with my current boyfriend. And really, I mean you kind of just press your lips against his. That's about as basic as it can get. For a first kiss, there's no technique. They're MEANT to be crazy and awkward and messed up in some way or another. Mine involved him kissing my NOSE the first time and he was so embarassed he didn't even attempt anything for another week. (But I assumed he kissed my nose on purpose... haha) and that wasn't even his first kiss. so really, unfortunately "let it go naturally" is the best advice, because you're GOING to screw up, THATS why its the first one. over time you kind of just pick up ways to do fancy little tricks (read seventeen magazine, cosmopolitan, etc. but cosmo is for more intense sex stuff, not just kissing). But if you REALLY don't want to hear that it just naturally happens, basically if you ever get a chance we're you're close enough to them, face to face, just lean towards them and kinda... press your lips to his. DO NOT PUCKER YOUR LIPS THOUGH. that just seems weird. haha. relaxed, definitely. or even better, have HIM make the first move. hint at it by like looking into his eyes, gazing there, and then glance at his lips. lick your lips. and repeat. they usually catch that hint pretty fast. haha.0