Just admit that you’re curious and you want to know where he likes to be touched while you’re kissing him. A lot of times when I kiss a man, particularly when it’s our first or second kisses together as a couple, it can be a very emotionally conflicting experience. For the most part, it’s exciting. It’s always thrilling to be kissing someone for the first or second times. I have to feel my way through it and figure out if here’s chemistry between the two of us. I have to find out if there’s some serious potential to be had between the two of us. But also, it feels so nerve-wracking and excruciatingly anxious. Am I doing things right? Do I still remember how to kiss? Does he actually enjoy what I’m doing?
I believe that a huge bulk of what makes a really good kiss is hand placement. I always want to make sure that I know were to put my hands and what to do with them especially when things start getting hot and heavy. Of course, I know where I like to be touched whenever I’m locking lips with a guy. But what I like doesn’t necessarily always translate to other peoples’ preferences as well. It just doesn’t work that way. I might enjoy being caressed and touched in various places during a really steamy make-out session. Buti can’t just assume that all men are going to want to be touched in those same spots as well.
To tell you the truth, a lot of my kissing prowess is purely dependent on my kissing partner as well. And even though that might sound like a copout, let me explain first.
If I were dating a guy who had a nice head of hear, then I wouldn’t hesitate to ruffle his hair with my fingers. But keep in mind that that technique would never work with a bald guy. It would completely feel weird if I just rub against his bare scalp with my fingers. It’s not a very sensual feeling and it might end up killing the mood entirely.
I make it a point to always try my best to explore the sexual leanings of people that I get intimate with. I always want to be at the top of my game after all. It’s a challenge that I pose for myself to just never stop learning about sexual psychology.