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How men want to be kissed

How men want to be kissed

By Matt Christensen

As with driving, cooking, and cage fighting, kissing is a skill that requires practice. Most women like to think they’ve come a long way since locking braces with their high school sweetheart. And they have! But still, there’s plenty more they could learn. Follow along with some tales of woe (and some tales of whoa) and take notes on the do’s and don’ts of kissing a man.

Rule #1: Tilt your head to the right
“Lean to the right. I thought that was common knowledge, but I’ve been with at least three women who headed left when we went in for a kiss. It was adorably awkward, I guess, but I would’ve much rather avoided the conspicuous bruise that showed up on my forehead. I had to explain that it wasn’t a hickey, but a battle wound caused by makeout misdirection. To any woman who reads this, remember, go right.”
— Sam, 48, cameraman
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Rule #2: Take the lead and kiss him first
“Don’t be afraid to take the lead. I was at a party on New Year’s Eve and, when the ball dropped, some of my female friends and I exchanged a few quick smooches. Then I locked eyes with a cute friend of a friend who I’d never really met before. The mood took over, and we started to kiss. Next thing I knew, my back was against the wall and we were passionately kissing. Her style wasn’t overly aggressive, just firm, confident and amazing. She took charge and I was powerless to resist.”
— Steve, 37, writer

Rule #3: Close your eyes first
“I had one girlfriend who, for some reason, always kept her eyes open when we kissed. I’d get this strange feeling that I was being watched while we smooched, only to open my eyes briefly to find her staring back at me. Not only was it disconcerting, it also made me self-conscious. Was she picking apart my moves? Did I make some kind of funny face I wasn’t aware of? I’d be completely thrown for the rest of the night.”
— Jon, 28, editor

Rule #4: Getting your hands involved enhances the experience
“Run your fingers through my hair... or if you really want to get me going, stroke my neck. Yeah, it’s a bit strange of me, but it makes me feel as if she’s enjoying it so much that she can’t control herself. Just lip-to-lip contact is too boring for me.”
— Timothy, 50, writer

Rule #5: Pause and make eye contact before you pucker up
“A well-timed pause can really add to a passionate kiss. I love it when a woman leans in, but doesn’t lock lips right away. She’ll go right to the point where we’re about to close our eyes, and then smirk or giggle or do something that lets me know she wants to savor the moment... and so do I.”
— Chris, 31, certified financial planner

Rule #6: Get rid of the gum first
“Is it really too much to ask that you not chew gum when we kiss? It’s funny in the movies when a woman kisses a man and he magically ends up with her gum in his mouth, but real life is a totally different story.”
— Chandler, 25, club promoter

Rule #7: Weird techniques won’t impress him (especially for a first kiss)
“I went on a semi-blind date and the conversation was natural, we both laughed a lot, and I think we both knew the date was going to end with a first kiss. Unfortunately, her technique can best be described as ‘lip painting.’ I recoiled as politely as I could and retreated to a safe distance for some pecks. Then I escaped in a cab and never called her back.”
— John, 40, radio host

Matt Christensen has written for Maxim and WWE Magazine. His first kiss was awful (at least, that’s what she told him).

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