You consider yourself good in bed. You know it and your partner knows it. But are you a good kisser?
Like all things, kissing is a skill that needs to be learned, practiced and perfected. You don’t become a great kisser unless you’ve done a lot of lip locks.
Men in particular have the mistaken notion that shoving their tongues in a woman’s mouth is all it takes to be a great kisser. Wrong. They don’t know that some women – a lot of women, actually – can get turned off by too much tongue work.
The tongue is a sensitive organ. It’s the only organ of one of the five senses – taste. The tongue should not be a battering ram. Instead, it should be used gently.
Slobbering while kissing is another case of too much of a good thing. While no one enjoys French kissing a dry mouth, too much saliva can be pretty disgusting. The good news is, excessive salivating can be controlled. Have a glass of water before kissing your partner. This should control the flow of your saliva.
And don’t forget to take care of your lips, folks. Dry, chapped lips are not fine. Unfortunately, some men find the use of chapstick or lip balm to keep their lips moist as “too feminine.”
Since a lot of kissing is part of great sex, the basics of oral care are a must. Brush your teeth, floss, and end with a minty mouthwash. If you smoke, do it after fucking, not before.
And remember what they teach in grade school? Visit your dentist twice a year.
Keep your lips, mouth and tongue in good shape and your sex life will be as good as it can get.