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I am whatever YOU think I am until YOU get to KNOW me. This is true for everyone else too, of course.. so don't make assumptions about anyone or pass judgment; ask questions. You might just make a new friend.


Wednesday, April 15, 2009


There is a thin line between homophobia AND acceptance even though most people NEVER try to find that line, it is there…I say that we have to FIGHT for our rights and SAME SEX KISS DAY is all about having fun while making a statement, SO PUCKER UP TO THAT SAME-SEX INDIVIDUAL NEAR YOU & ENJOY THE DAY…BUT BEFORE YOU DO PLEASE PAY ATTENTION TO THE FOLLOWING:

  1. GET YOUR LIPS IN PROPER KISSING ORDER. The most kissable lips are smooth and sweet, not dry, chapped and tense. Here are the basics:

    • Exfoliate your lips with sugar to make them soft.

    • Moisturize your lips to keep them soft.

    • Relax your lips by parting them ever so slightly.

  2.  LOOK INVITING & APPROACHABLE! You might not realize that you've giving off a "leave me alone" vibe, so when you see same-sex individual uncross those arms, keep your hands away from your face, make eye contact, and smile.

  3. BREAK THE TOUCH BARRIER. Touch the person lightly on the arm or shoulder when you're talking. Just make it a quick, innocent touch and don't make a big deal out of it. But if you feel you must holding hands is also a GREAT way to break the touch barrier. After you’ve done that and everything is going well, try kissing the person on the cheek. If you find your lips near their ear (like if you're hugging someone from behind, or whispering something to them) go in for a gentle kiss on the cheek and see how they respond.

  4. LOOK @ THEIR LIPS. Make eye contact and then move your gaze briefly down to the person's lips. Then move your eyes back up to meet theirs and smile demurely. You don't have to be really obvious about it. Many people will take the hint, especially if they've read one of the many articles that list this as a sign that a person wants to kiss or be kissed.

  5. APPROACH FOR THE KISS. Depending on your starting position you may need only to turn your head, or you may need to lean in a bit. You may want to use your hands to gently urge your partner’s body or head into position—you just want to guide his or her movement a little, you don’t want to forcibly move any part of his or her body or hold your partner in an uncomfortable position—but in general you just want to position yourself correctly and let your partner meet you. As you near your partner’s lips, maintain eye contact. 


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