Whoever said that ‘A Kiss is Just a Kiss’ (and a sigh is just a sigh) has clearly not been kissed as well as one ought to experience in the vast sea if exceptional, beautiful, breath-taking kisses that are not only possible but VERY tangible and real!

A kiss can be sexy, sweet, slow, fast, smooth, simple, warm … The vocabulary falls short of what they can say and convey: two lips.

Kissing is an art in itself, The Kama Sutra recognized its power to express feelings, emotions and passions. Therefore, the writing describes in detail the kisses and the occasions to be used for each of them.

The Kama Sutra is one of the oldest texts (400 BC - 200 AD), written in sanskrit, that relates & relates the virtues and pleasures of family life, love, kissing, and making love.

A kiss itself combines three senses: taste, touch, and smell. Each separately is able to produce a strong emotional reaction and even physical reactionary response- 'the three of us can be transported to the seventh heaven.'

Kisses can range from a fleeting contact, like an unexpected touch, even a merger of two bodies through the lips. Between these extremes there are numerous variations, but many people neglect this skill that, like all others, is subject to the laws of learning, perseverance, creativity, and patience.

1. Askew Kiss: When the heads of the two are tilted in opposite directions and in this position is the meeting of the kiss.

It is one of the most common and preferred kissing moves. {Approximately two-thirds of people tilt their head to the "right."} Heads bowed allow better contact of the lips and a deep penetration of the tongue. It is an excellent way to begin a passionate love affair and also a way to incite the passion of the couple.

2. Bent Kiss: When one of the two persons involved in the kiss throws their head back and the other holds themselves just over the other ones chin and kisses. The sweetness and affection are the main emotions that are transmitted with this kiss {such as the chin held softly upwards.} A kiss of this kind is appropriate for the preliminaries, when the initiator prefers to make love slowly or build by this unhurried sort of onset kiss.

3. Direct Kiss: When the lips of both lovers bind directly and suck as if it were a ripe fruit. It is a kind of kiss where what matters are the lips that suck: taste, nibble, and caress gently. The response is a long kiss, which may express a strong passion and that many people are excited more than a kiss with all tongue.

4. Kiss Pressure: The lips are pressed tightly with your mouth closed. A kiss to start or to end the relationship, should not keep for long. The teeth are stuck on the inside of the mouth and can leave blood.

5. Top Kiss: When one of the two teeth, taken with the upper lip, and the other returns the kiss kissing the lower lip. In the description of this kiss is said that one takes the initiative and the other is limited to respond, [possibly because the Kama Sutra was written for active, more initiating males and women as more passive] however in current partnership, everyone should be as creative as possible and let your imagination be shown and expressed as it is, and not simply respond to the initiative of another. {Today roles trade, change, emulate & extend.}

6. Kiss Clip: When one of the lovers kisses grasps with their lips the other lover's lip, is called kiss clasp. If that proceeds to clip with tongue to purposefully graze the teeth, gums, tongue and/or palate of the other, it is called “Fight of the tongue.”

7. Throbbing Kiss: When one of the two lovers deposits over a thousand kisses to the others lips- very young, traveling across the mouth and the corners.

8. Contact Kiss: When the tongue lightly touches the other’s mouth and barely touches their lips.

9. Kiss To Ignite The Flame: Is the kiss at the corners of the mouth that usually occurs in the middle of the night to kindle love.

10. Kiss To Distract: Ideal for when someone is preoccupied and you wish to draw their attention to your kisses. For starters, remember that not all kissing has to be kissing on the mouth. According to the Kama Sutra, other recommended places to start the battle: slow, lingering & gentle to forehead, hairline, temple, cheeks, jaw line, chin, throat, neck, shoulder, clavicle, chest, nipples... {be aware that some places such as the eyelids and ears are a turn ON for some & possible turn OFF to others}. Start on comfortable or familiar places and experiment gingerly and lovingly.

11. Nominal Kiss: When you simply touch the other’s mouth, kissing with two fingers.

12. Kiss With Your Eyelashes: When scrolling through the lips or face and touch each other with kisses when brushing the fluttering whispery eyelashes gently across the top surface of whatever skin while you kiss various areas.

13. Kiss With A Finger: When the lover crosses the mouth of the beloved, inside and out with a finger. The softer underside of the finger passes over the lips leisurely. As the finger traces gently the pattern of the lips, it may also glide inside the lips to the moist mouth or tongue of the other. The receiver of such a kiss as this may also draw the finger of their partner in by a slow sucking of their finger, savored or glanced, closed in or in met eye contact to read and register the emotions exchanged upon the subtle sensations. {Such delicacies are best when lips & hands are smooth …}.

14. Kiss With Two Fingers Close: When the lover’s fingers are wetted slightly by their own mouth, and press the mouth of the beloved.

15. Kiss That Awakens: The kiss that is given on the temples, near the hairline, while the other is asleep, to wake them gently.

16. Kiss Goodnight: Usually at night and in a public place, or doorstep, one of the two approaches the other and kisses gently on the hand (top of hand just before knuckles) or cheek. (The neck or inside of the hand on the palm side is much more sensual & too suggestive to be considered for the basic parting kiss, [that is more public, possibly viewed by roommate or family member]).

17. The Kiss of Remembrance: This is when the lovers are at a rest, satisfied with the passion, and one of them puts their head on the thigh of the other, and dropped, as if asleep, and kisses the thigh or big toe, {also stomach or chest} of the other.

18. Transferred Kiss: This kiss is when the lover, in the presence of the beloved, kisses a child who is sitting in your lap or a portrait or a picture or pet, looking for you to know that this kiss is for them (looking AT you while giving the kiss).

19. Tearful Kiss: Occurs when one of the two kissers casts so much into the kiss that great emotion is stirred, tears well up, the throat tightens and strong sense of longing is conveyed -or- in the absence of the partner, they kiss the portrait or sentimental item thereof- looking for their scent or to wrest the sense of their presence.

20. Kiss Traveler: Although it seems that kisses always tend to focus on the mouth, lips posturing and caressing other parts of the body skin sensitive areas may travel and traverse for a bated sense of trepidation and arousal.

21. Kiss the Breast: The most effective kisses on nipples are first applied to the lips gently, and wetted with moisture from the mouth, then pressure intensifies, and if the couple wants and likes, you can take the nipple with your teeth and press gently. Some people prefer to feel some pain in them when they are about to have an orgasm- some DO NOT... so proceed by watching and being attune to the responses you receive. Nipples are not the only erogenous areas for breast kisses... areola around the nipples, and the breast itself on any of surface area. On females one or both breasts may be touched, fondled, or cupped, and kisses can be with or without tongue, wet or not, glancing and grazing the surface of the skin, or strong, powerful and suckling one or both simultaneously (if possible & desired) at the same time or separately.

22. Kiss Without A Clock: The key is to pay full attention on each other and each other’s bodies. The more control you have and the more you concentrate on stroking and kissing every inch of her body, the stronger the feeling of pleasure for both.

Erotic as India traditions may recount here, suggestive nibbling and biting is a very significant part. The Kama Sutra gives us a good list of bites in great detail.

Bites often occur in almost all parts of the body, ranging from the playful bite, more provocative than erotic, even the strong grip with the teeth that usually occurs at the peak of passion and makes orgasms more durable. However, many tend to avoid the latter type of bite because it is difficult to control and often leave marks evident {likewise when sucking the skin hard for a duration}. Also, because during orgasm, jaws may suffer a spasm and close tightly, one does not wish to cause injury.

There are bites that are recommended by the Kama Sutra:

23. Bite of The Boar: The trail leaves the skin with many rows of sharp markings, very close to each other, and with red intervals as the tracks that are usually left in the wake of swine in the mud. It is a bite that is often in/on the shoulder.

24. The Stream Tag: Consists of uneven skin surveys in a circle, produced by the spaces between teeth. The Kama Sutra specifies that this type of bite should be on the chest.

25. Secret Bite: The bite that only leaves a red mark and intense to be given in the lower lip.

26. Bite Classic: When taken between the teeth of a lot of skin.

27. The Point: When taken between the teeth a small amount of skin so that the only thing left is a mark as a red dot.

28. Dashed Line: When that little piece of skin is bitten with all the teeth and they all leave their mark articulated -should be on the forehead or the thigh.

29. The Coral and The Jewel: The bite that results from coupling the teeth and lips. The lips are coral and teeth are the jewel.

30. Jewelry Line: When biting down with all the teeth …

AND there is MORE...

but there is our own imagination and adaptations that can be delivered in further nuances:


31. Crystalline Butterfly Kisses: Are the whispered breath, the lips barely touching, hovering and traveling over any parts of the skin {back, stomach, neck, inner thigh}.

32. Wolf Kisses: for example are more primitive kisses that mainly consist of bites, animal-like, when control and composure is not sought and is lost in an urge to bite whether nibble-like, or stronger, on the mates jaw and jaw line as canine animals do and particularly when mating. It concentrates on the jawbone primarily.

28 Feb. 2011, Alice, Dating360. Google.