French kissing will come naturally to as soon as you lock lips with your partner, but it can't hurt to be prepared. After all, you want to make a good first impression with your mate, so that they want to kiss you again and again. If you've never had a French kiss before, or if you're wondering if you're doing it correctly, here are a few tips on what you should do with your tongue while making out:
1. Poke Your Tongue between Their Lips to Initiate a French Kiss
Couples don't usually start out by French kissing. They tend to start off with a few sweet pecks, and then take it from there. So if you want to be the one to initiate a French kiss, all you have to do is poke your tongue between your partner's lips and see how they respond. If they widen their mouth, then you can stick your tongue inside and start having fun.
2. Move Your Tongue around Slowly
The biggest mistake you can make while French kissing is moving your tongue too quickly. It isn't a race. Your partner isn't going to be impressed by how quickly you're able to dart your tongue around. Move slowly, in order to make the gesture as passionate as possible. Take your time.
3. Swirl Your Tongue in a Circular Motion
When your tongue is inside of their mouth, you should swirl it in a circular motion, but the exact technique is up to you. You can move it clockwise, counterclockwise, or create random shapes.
4. Try Writing the Alphabet with Your Tongue
If you're worried about your movements becoming too repetitive, you can try writing the alphabet or your name with your tongue. That way, you're going to move in all different directions. Of course, once you get used to French kissing, you won't need to think about what you're doing. You'll just do whatever feels right.
5. Trace Your Partner's Ear with Your Tongue
Your tongues don't have to stay in your mouths. Some people like to have their ears played with, so you can trace their ear with your tongue or gently bite on their earlobe. When you're kissing down their chest, you can also use your tongue a bit. Some people like cold sensations, so if you lick a sensitive spot and then blow on it, it could drive them crazy.
6. Lick Your Own Lips with Your Tongue
Don't forget to take care of your own mouth. Although licking your lips can actually dry them out in the long run, it's okay to lick them right before a kiss to make sure they're moist. Of course, if you have chapstick nearby, then try using that instead.
7. Don't Push Your Tongue into Their Mouth Too Deeply
Make sure you don't go overboard with French kissing. If you stick your tongue to deep into your partner's mouth, then they're not going to be happy. Don't let the entire make-out session consist of French kisses, either. It's best to shake things up by throwing some pecks in their, too.
French kissing isn't any more difficult than "regular" kissing is. It'll take you a few minutes to get used to, but you'll be a pro in no time. What was your first French kissing experience like?