7 Tips for Making out the First Time ...

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I would like to start out by saying that I have written this article with the intentions of only those who are already married or about to be married reading it and following these tips for making out the first time. I understand that in today's society, it's understood, allowed and even accepted that adolescent children and young unmarried couples make out, but I don't agree with that. If you are one of those couples, I mean no disrespect or hard feelings toward you in any way. But we are all entitled to our own opinions! Mine is that making out should be reserved for the boundaries of marriage. I realize that there are not many people who save themselves for marriage anymore. But there are a few and so please continue reading if you are about to be happily married and would like to know 7 tips for making out the first time!

1. Go Somewhere Private

One of the best things about saving making out for marriage is that you get to fully experience and enjoy it without the fear of being seen or getting caught! It's much easier to relax and be comfortable with each other when you are alone and in private. You don't have to feel tense or embarrassed that you are hiding in a car or a bathroom if you are married and have your own place. If you do share a place with someone because of whatever circumstances, try to get a hotel room so you can be alone the first time you make out.

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Comments:

Grace
I kind of agree, though I've never heard that take on it before, it makes since. I've been fretting about that and this just sounds more intelligent
Anonymous
I don't understand this article at all! Like when did "making out" become an innuendo for having sex? I'm not waiting until I'm married to make out with a guy! That's absolutely absurd.
Anonymous
lol WAT. like i don't even know...making out is kissing, not having sex.
Cat
I'm slightly confused by your use of the term making out, the way you wrote this article it makes it sound as if you are speaking about intercourse, but making out is kissing with passion, not sex so why should people wait until marriage?
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