Ladies, be careful of the sloppy kisser!
I’ve been researching kissing a great deal recently. Scientists know that locking lips causes an upswing in oxytocin - (which is released during orgasm too) and we thought perhaps that influenced sexual behavior. But now we think it’s the testosterone in man’s spit that causes women to want to take their clothes off! That’s right, there is measurable testosterone in saliva, and other dischargable fluids – and it is thought that sloppy kisses may indeed be a way for a man to increase a women’s sex drive!
But that isn’t the only danger!
Ancient Eastern Kissing Technique – Huh? What?
A young woman in southern China has lost her hearing after her boyfriend ruptured her eardrum during an excessively passionate kiss. A 20 year old girl from Zhuhai, China, went to hospital completely deaf in her left ear after her boyfriend applied some serious suction. “The kiss reduced pressure in the mouth, pulled the eardrum out and caused the breakdown of the ear.” Rumor is the man worked at the local water department, and frequently primes the main pump.
Taylor Lautner giving Taylor Swift some spit! TW is talented, beautiful, and always is the epitome of class and style. (Kanye West…enough said..)
Lips are often viewed as a symbol for sensuality and sexuality. This has many origins; above all, the lips are a very sensitive erogenous and tactile organ. Reproductive psychologists have suggested that one reason the female lips are seen as sexually attractive might be because they mimic the appearance and sexual swelling of the labia of the vulva, and that a woman’s lips are effectively a secondary sexual organ. Some feel that women’s saliva also contains hormones that influence a male’s sexual fertility and desire.
We make kissable lips with Restylane in our center www.pbpmed.com and all of my patients attest to the fact that men tend to see them in an entirely different light when their lips are fuller. You can see a video of this on http://trollydolly.us when we recorded the process!
It’s always kissing time,
Dr. Darrin Frye