As regards our memories, the first sex definitely loses to the first kiss – as affirmed in a soon-to-be-released book The Science of Kissing penned by Sheril Kirshenbaum, biologist at the University of Texas. She says that while most people recollect almost everything leading up to their first kiss, down to the smallest detail, remembrances of their first sex are generally more foggy and incomplete.
Kirshenbaum goes on to say that women usually hold a first kiss a more precious event than men do, but somehow it often turns out a less rewarding experience for them than they expected.
Further, men are likely to be more aggressive when kissing due to their desire to impress their partner with their passion and manliness.
There are certainly things about kissing to be learned yet!
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