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Thursday, October 30, 2008

It's In His Kiss

There is no doubt that a passionate kiss is sensual, erotic and arousing, and in many cases following flirtatious looks and body language, is the start of foreplay. Studies have shown that women are stimulated more by kissing, than any other activity, and the lips of both sexes swell when aroused, as well as the other more obvious body parts. In most every part of the globe, kissing has sexual meaning, and plays a major role in human culture.

There is no doubt that I believe pheromones play a large part in seduction, and partner selection, as I have written several articles on the subject. The act of kissing, and hugging for that matter, stimulates the production of endorphins, and several hormones, which are exchanged through the lips, tongue and mouth, which in turn stimulates empowering physiological reactions throughout the bodies of both parties.

This thing we call “love”, especially romantic love, is really a chemical cocktail chock full of hormones, pheromones, and neurotransmitters, filling our mind and bodies, leaving us at there mercy. But the exchange of pheromones also lets us know whether we are biologically compatible, for producing the healthiest offspring.


It has been determined by Dr. Arthur Sazbo, through a study conducted by German physicians and psychologists, that partners who kiss their spouse each morning miss less work, are involved in fewer auto accidents on their way to work, earn 20 to 30 percent more monthly, and live approximately five years longer because start their day with a positive attitude.

Onur Gunturkun, a bio-psychologist, after two and half years of observation found that throughout the globe, people lean their heads to the right when moving in for a kiss, twice as often as to the left, and being right or left handed makes no difference.

The nerve cells of the genitals are similar to those found in the lips, and some people claim that they are able to come to orgasm through a kiss along. “Krause’s and bulbs”, large sensitive nerve cells are found in large profusion in the penis, clitoris and lips.

The study of kissing is called philematology, and fear of kissing is called a Philematophobe.

What kind of kisser are you?
Kissing games

And don't ever forget these words by Cher.

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