Mouth is among the most sensitive parts of the body and the most versatile –You can use your lips or tongue to kiss, lick, suck, nuzzle, or nibble any area of your partner's body. Kissing is an art in itself, and the Kamasutra recognizes its power of expression by describing in detail the different forms of kissing and when each type of kiss is appropriate.
Whatever its intensity, a kiss on the lips combines the three scenes of touch, taste, and smell, each of which can produce a strong emotional response. Kisses range from fleeting contact to a deep penetration with the tongue, when the rhythm of the penetration can be matched to that simultaneous intercourse. In between lie many variations, and perhaps the Kamasutra describes types of kisses in great detail because the skill was as often overlooked then it is now.
1) The Bent Kiss: Bent kiss is what occurs when "the heads of the two lovers are bent toward each other, and when so bent kissing takes place."
One of the most natural ways to kiss your lover is with your head angled slightly to one side, which permits maximum lip contact and deep tongue penetration. It's a maximum lip contact means of expressing passion during foreplay and a great way to heighten the excitement of intercourse.
2) The Turned Kiss: "when one of them turns up the face of the other by holding the head and chin. And then kissing, it is called a turned kiss."
Gentleness and loving tenderness are the principal emotions evoked by a kiss of this type, which is good one to use at the beginning of foreplay or when you are making love very slowly in a face to face sitting or standing position.
3) The Straight Kiss: A kiss in which "the lips of two lovers are brought into direct contact with each other."
When lovers like kiss like this, tongue penetration is impractical. Because of this , the straight kiss is not means of expressing intense passion, but it is a gentle way of showing affection and expressing the initial stages of desire. It's the kind of kiss that new lovers often use in the earliest, most tentative moments of their physical relationship.
4) The Pressed Kiss: There are two versions of this kiss, the first being when "the lower lip is pressed with mush force ," The second is "the greatly pressed kiss," in which one of the lovers holds the other's lower lip with his hand and then, after touching it with his tongue, kisses it with "great force".
5) The kiss of the upper lip: when a man kisses the upper lip of a woman, while she in return kisses his lower lip, it is called the kiss of the upper lip.
6) The Clasping Kiss: when either the man or woman "takes both the lips of the other between his or her own, it is called a clasping kiss. A women however, only takes this kind of kiss from a man who has no mustache, And on the occasion of this kiss, if one of them touches the teeth, the tongue, and the palate of the other with his or her tongue, it is called the fighting of the tongue. In the same way, the pressing of the teeth of the one against the mouth of the other is to be practiced." Also known as the French kiss.
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