How do I start a kiss?
Q. I’m having trouble with something ... I’ve been in a relationship for close to two months now, and I just want to try taking our relationship to the making-out stage. I know she wants to, because she's giving me signs and everything, and I obviously want it too, but like I really don’t know how to move into that situation. Can I please get some pointers to help me out?
A. You are having trouble making the transition from ‘friend’ to ‘girl-friend’; but don’t worry that is very common and normal for young love. The good news is that she is already giving you the right signs that she is interested in you in a more physical way.
The important thing is not to panic and dive in there – that might just frighten her off. Instead you need to gently and consistently ‘up the ante’ by adjusting your approach. Show greater interest in her emotions and feelings, so that she relates differently to you than she does to all the other guys out there.
Try touching her gently and tenderly to encourage a feeling of intimacy; hold strong, passionate eye contact; slow your speech & deepen your voice; look at her like you want her; gaze at her lips and leave pauses where you just begin to look at each other. If she is comfortable in this situation or returns your seductive gazes, it's on!
Follow the above advice and you won't have to worry about letting her know that you are interested, or when to move in for the kiss. For further information on making this transition, read our editorial on Taking It Sexual - plus check out our detailed technique article on how to make that first Kiss one that she (and you) will never forget!