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03 August 2005

Step 3: Mouth and lips, earlobes, behind the ear, neck and throat

Nibble, stroke and kiss these areas.

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Nibble, stroke and kiss these areas. Let your breath linger in her neck and over her ear, but avoid heavy breathing into the ear.

Alternate light sucking of the lobe with little nibbles.

Earrings, if long enough to brush the neck, can be erotically stimulating. Stroke, lick, touch or gently tickle the neck and throat.

For many women, French kissing is far more intimate than intercourse. Need tips on kissing? Follow our guide to great kissing.

 
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