5 types of kissers women should know
04 March 2015, 13:17
Nairobi - Women are passionate creatures and when they do like a man, they are willing to go out of their comfort zones to accommodate him and make him feel good. That is why we are into foreplay and that is also why you will rarely see articles about what you can tell about a woman from kissing; we enjoy it as foreplay and we like to indulge. The men on the other hand, you can tell a lot about him from his kissing, not just as lovers but how he will treat you or even just how he currently treats you when you are outside the bedroom.
The one who does not want to kiss
Aside from the fact that Kenyan guys claim the title when it comes to being unromantic, there are some who take things far.
If your boyfriend, would be boyfriend or lover avoids kissing you, chances are he just wants you for a fling. Not scientifically proven, but personally experienced. Chances are this guy is already committed to another woman and he just wants the main course before he dashes off to her. Also, if he is your lover, he just sees you as a pass time before he moves on to find someone that he actually finds to be his true mate. Most men find kissing as being too intimate that is why they will not indulge in it with someone they view as their two minute side piece/ entertainment.
In other words, he will never go out of his way to please you even though he knows it is something that you like.
The tight lipped kisser
This one is frigid and likes sticking to his opinion. Chances are he also does not appreciate much of the kissing that you deem as foreplay. He only does the tightlipped pecking so that you stop nagging him. He would rather have you think that he is bad at it so that you stop bothering him. He never budges from what he believes and if you have an argument, the consensus will always be better to agree that you disagree.
This man is not too big on compromising and accommodating you.
The attentive kisser
Now this is a keeper, even though you would like to throw him over because you do not like other parts of him. He cares about you and he takes his cues from you. If he feels that you are uncomfortable, he will find a way to make you comfortable. If he asks what you like that shows that he wants to please you and is not there just for the ride.
The slobbery kisser
This one just leaves you with saliva all over your face and you just wish that the experience will never repeat itself. He thinks he knows what he is doing but obviously he does not. He is too cocky and fancies himself the African version of the Casanova. If you try to show him what you would like he still does what he wants and fancies that you are too inexperienced to actually know what you want. In other words, your relationship is basically about what pleases him and he always comes first. He is too into himself he will rarely if ever pay attention to what you want.
Maybe it is a condition; but there is always a solution. Shewing cinnamon sticks, fennel seeds are even much better and I am sure are available in Kenya (you are welcome)- beats going to the dentist if you cannot afford it.
A lot of relationships have substandard intimacy because some people avoid foreplay because their partners have bad breath, it is understandable. If your partner is one who puts the ego first and not listen to why you do not want their bad breath in your mouth. Then he is also a slobbery kisser type and thinks that every body’s breathe stinks. On the other hand, if you have tried and nothing is working then you will just have to live with it.
But kissing should not be a reason that you give up on a relationship; but how your partner treats you intimately will clue you in on whether the both of you have a good enough relationship outside the bedroom.
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