Different ways of showing affection

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cecdwarfer
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09 Oct 2010, 8:20 pm

I find that I quite dislike kissing on the mouth (does anyone else dislike this?) but I really like other things like stroking a guy's hair or nibbling on ears. Does anyone else have any different ways they like to show affection that maybe vary from the norm?



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10 Oct 2010, 1:42 am

cecdwarfer wrote:
I find that I quite dislike kissing on the mouth (does anyone else dislike this?) but I really like other things like stroking a guy's hair or nibbling on ears. Does anyone else have any different ways they like to show affection that maybe vary from the norm?

i am not a huge fan of kissing either. it's okay i guess. but i do love to play with a man's hair or nibble their ears too! i also like to lightly ruffle a man's chest and arm hair.


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10 Oct 2010, 6:44 am

Kissing doesn't particularly interest me, but neither does it turn me off. I'm much more of a hug person myself...



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10 Oct 2010, 5:50 pm

The thought of lip-kissing is rather icky to me, and always has been, partly because I have a very sensitive food allergy and so am highly cautious about what contacts my mouth, but I don't think that's the only reason. I'm not really sure what forms of showing romantic affection would come naturally to me; I haven't been in a position to employ them. I suspect I'd like holding hands.


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