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The Vampire Kiss

Sometimes a passionate kiss goes a step further. You might suddenly want to use your teeth to gently bite or nibble someone’s lower lip. This is would be considered an “approach with caution” kiss, because not everyone is into this.

How To: It is important to talk and to tune into your partner before doing this. Start with a deep French kiss and explore. Make sure your partner is relaxed and into the intensity of this kiss. Then, when you feel you need to go in deeper, nibble and then bite down on your partner’s lower lip. Be prepared for fireworks to go off.

A woman’s point of view:

“I see a bite as a teasing kind of thing, like jalapeño peppers, something you can’t overdo or you wreck the whole stew….I don’t like hard bites ever, but I like the idea when the play is taken to the edge.” – Marie (kissing since 1979)

A man’s point of view:

“It is important to figure out what your partner likes, or chances are you’ll get clocked…although sometimes getting clocked is part of the fun, depending on what you are into. I like to bite when it gets intense. – Tom (kissing since 1977)

No-No’s of The Vampire Kiss:

  • Too hard, too fast: You will get a bad reaction if your partner is not into this.
  • Breaking skin: Yes, this falls under the “too hard” category…and unfortunately could cause you to pass on sexually transmitted diseases in the process.
  • Lack of communication: You need to get feedback in order to continue with this; not everyone likes to be bitten.
  • The most important thing to remember here is to use your imagination and to be very aware of what is going on with your partner. A kiss is like a dance; it expresses how you feel. It takes in all the senses: taste, touch, smell, feel and sight. So go ahead and sweep someone off their feet.