“It’s just a kiss.” How many times have those words been uttered? To, Ingrid Bergman, a Swedish actress in the mid 1900’s, “A kiss is a secret told to the mouth instead of the ear; kisses are the messengers of love and tenderness”.
What’s within a kiss that creates so many feelings? Why is it more than, “just a kiss”? The tissue on the lips is the same tissue that comprises the genitalia and the nipples. These three areas are interconnected to each other. When the lips are kissed it heats up the body and sends signals throughout it heating up the erogenous zones. The heating up of the erogenous zones creates a desire to allow the body to experience what the lips are feeling.
Men’s Health Magazine did a survey for both men and women. In this survey, they asked the participant to rank 10 areas on their body on a scale of 1-10 that were most arousing. Notice on the survey, a kiss for both male and female ranked number two on the survey, being outranked by the their genitalia which came in as number one. The prelude of a kiss it what begins, in most cases, a sensory inflation within the body. It is that particular tissue of the skin that creates the impulses to desire more. It is the kiss that sustains the passion during sex and it is the kiss that concludes the act.
A kiss is 100 times more sensitive than your fingertips. There is a reason for that. A kiss is to be savored, to be reserved, to be longed for from someone deserving of its soft touch. God was smart when he created the different skin cells for each area of the body. It is this masterful design that creates yearning for one another. The touch of a kiss is the peacemaker of relationships.