Chemistry of Kissing

  1. Esenbee profile image59
    Esenbeeposted 3 years ago
    I have been reading a few online articles about the chemistry of kissing and how the saying "A kiss is just a kiss" is not correct at all. I've continued to read that there is an actual biological connection between who we kiss and how we perform the action of kissing. According to some scientists, a kiss can determine the chemistry that you will share with the person that you are kissing. Furthermore, science has said that a kiss could determine how long you stay with your mate as well as if the person you're kissing will be a good parent.

    Personally, I'm not convinced about a kiss determining if my partner will be a great parent but I do believe a kiss could be a litmus test that determines if your partner is the one for you. I've had one experience where I kissed a man and I instantly felt our chemistries match. From that moment on, we both craved kisses from each other...kisses that we both enjoyed giving each other.

    So what do you think? Is science correct about the chemistry of kissing?