1. The Beginner's Kiss
A simple meeting of the lips. Your lips may brush against each other or gently press together. Done with finesse, this can be a fantastic starting point. A variation of this is to "swirl" your lips slowly around your lover's. Relax, let go and allow your lips to roam over and around your lover's mouth
2. The Butterfly Kiss
Using your eyelashes, gently flutter them across your lover's lips, eyelids, cheeks, neck and, when kissing the breasts, on the nipples, too.
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Try experimenting with this in the heat of passion. If you're on top of your lover and kissing passionately, withdraw your lips slightly from his and allow a few droplets of your saliva to drip gently into his mouth.
4. The Eastern Swirl and Poke
This may be applied to the lips or the body. Relax your lips and allow your tongue to swirl and poke. Alternating these swirling and poking sensations feels wonderful.
5. The good old French Kiss
With open mouths, your tongues gently probe and swirl against the delicate skin inside the mouth.
6. The Lover's Pass
When you want to pass something in a sensual way to your lover
7. The Lush Lap
More controlled than the Naughty Dog, this kiss still involves a lapping motion with your tongue, but is more contained and controlled, with your lips kept close to your lover's skin. With your lips parted, use a firm, slow lap of the tongue pressed to her (or his) flesh, lips or mouth. Again, this kiss puts you in control and feels incredibly sexy to a lover who likes to yield to your moves.
8. The Medieval Necklet
Said to be enjoyed by knights of the realm when medieval ladies wore low-cut necklines. Gently circle your lover's neck with a series of kisses, moving from the lower neck just behind the ear, around the breastbone and finishing back behind the other ear. Both men and women enjoy the slow circular pattern being traced along this delicate skin.
9. The Mediterranean Flick
Said to originate from Latin lovers who flicked little beads of sweat from their lover's body during long hot summers of passion. Using a gentle flick of the tongue, you cover your lover's lips, cheeks, neck
10. The Naughty Dog
A passionate, earthy kiss, particularly good for larger erogenous zones such as the neck, breasts, abdomen and inner thigh. Let your mouth open loosely and allow your tongue to relax and "lap" at your lover's body. This feels incredible when applied from the lower part of the breast up to the tip of the nipple -- the tongue just flicking the nipple as the "lapping" motion finishes.
11. The Sliding Kiss
The tongue moves gently back and forth or in and out. A perfect kiss, too, for gently "sliding" erotic food
12. The Snake
Moving on from the Mediterranean "flick," allow your tongue to flick, lap, poke and generally imitate that of a snake. This can take place while French kissing but can also be used all over your lover's body. It feels fantastic moving up and down the shaft of the penis or outer labia.
13. The Stretch
When French kissing, stretch your tongue up to rub the roof of your lover's mouth. People rarely focus on this area, yet the sensations your tongue can create here can be quite explosive.
14. The Vacuum Kiss
Allow your lips to relax and encircle your partner's lips with your own. Apply a gentle sucking motion that pulls on the much-neglected outer rim of the lips. Release the vacuum seal and then reapply. You're taking control and your lover's lips will yield to yours. You may also apply the vacuum to a single lip
Foreplay can build to an extraordinary level of passion through kissing. You and your lover may feel you're drawing the very heart and soul out of each other. Your kissing seems to quench a thirst that doesn't require water. Enjoy the moment.
Increase the heat with some gentle love "bites." This sounds such an adolescent thing to do but you needn't worry about leaving bruises on your lover's neck, breasts, thighs or wherever! Instead you can build up the tension with a stronger "vacuum"
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Naughty Tricks & Sexy Tips by Dr. Pam Spurr. Copyright © 2004 by Ulysses Press. Reprinted by permission of Ulysses Press. All rights reserved.