When to kiss while dating
Also, not to mention that every woman is different, some might not be comfortable with any of that until later on, and at the other end of the spectrum some women sleep with guys on their first date. My experiences have been, generally speaking along the following lines: We meet for a first date and if we connect, we're holding hands before desert is served, and I'll usually go for a gentle kiss on the lips to say goodnight, sometimes I'll get her cheek, otherwise I'll get her lips, and sometimes she'll linger long enough so that I'll say a quick hello with my tongue which can lead to an extended kiss.
Throughout the following 1 to 2 weeks there will usually be a gradual progression and my hands will find most of the upper half of her body by the end of week 2 and we will have explored most of our bodies by the end of the first month which is around when we'll have sex for the first time.
I think your suggested guidelines can help get a relationship off to a better start, if every seeking single knew how to play, and was willing to play this same game.
This game is mostly about showing respect from a lady or gentleman to a lady or gentleman and establishing comfort and trust.
At the end of that particular date or get together, kiss her on the cheek after you hug her. But if a date is going well, I love to receive a kiss on the cheek and a good hug. If I want a guy to kiss me, ill do the following (im pretty sure other girls often times do the same.) -See if she ever looks into your eyes. Is she comfortable putting her head close to yours? If she does, slowly move your head towards hers and look her in the eyes. Your description reminds me of old English etiquette.I was wondering when there is a good time for a dating couple to start holding hands, and then start hugging and kissing.I have only had a steady girlfriend once, when I was 19.In this case, have an innocent part of your body touch. If she doesn't flinch or move away from your touch, try offering her your hand, palm up.This is always seen as a gentleman's gesture (is you ask me.) If she accepts your hand, great! It doesn't matter how many dates its been really, just whenever the moment feels right.