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First Kiss, when should it happen, when did it happen for you, and when do you believe it should happen?

When should it happen?   2 members have voted

  1. 1. When should it happen???

    • Junior High
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    • High School
      1
    • College/Engagement
      0
    • Marriage
      0

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I am a young teen, nearing high school, and I'm going to a summer camp where the girl I like will be there. And we'll be able to be alone, and I've known her pretty well for a few years. I was thinking of making a move and kissing her, not french kissing or anything like that. Just my first kiss (lips). I've been kissed on the cheek before by other girls, but I'm wondering about all of the pureness topics that are often talked about when discussing first kisses... please leave your opinions below... thanks!

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Or you could let your feelings be known some other way. You could make a go for holding her hand, or just telling her you like her. If you make a move and she's not into it, it could damage your friendship. Coming from the female perspective, unwanted advances are awkward at best and creepy at worst.
 There are better ways to make advances, like asking her out, asking for her number, complimenting her, etc. You don't have to be physical from the get go. Your lips won't fall off if you don't have that magical first kiss moment alone somewhere in your teens like all the Disney movies glamorize. 

In this case, it's not so much about purity than it is about respecting her boundaries and your friendship. This could go well, or blow up in your face. Going from 0 to smooching is ill-advised.

If I was to vote, my vote would be " after both parties have expressed interest and are in a romantic relationship." and wherever that is in life, so be it. My sister kissed her boyfriend on their first date. Some people don't hold hands until they're engaged. Some people are still single in their 20's. Everyone is different. 

Edited by Boogles

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On 7/4/2017 at 4:32 PM, Boogles said:

Or you could let your feelings be known some other way. You could make a go for holding her hand, or just telling her you like her. If you make a move and she's not into it, it could damage your friendship. Coming from the female perspective, unwanted advances are awkward at best and creepy at worst.
 There are better ways to make advances, like asking her out, asking for her number, complimenting her, etc. You don't have to be physical from the get go. Your lips won't fall off if you don't have that magical first kiss moment alone somewhere in your teens like all the Disney movies glamorize. 

In this case, it's not so much about purity than it is about respecting her boundaries and your friendship. This could go well, or blow up in your face. Going from 0 to smooching is ill-advised.

If I was to vote, my vote would be " after both parties have expressed interest and are in a romantic relationship." and wherever that is in life, so be it. My sister kissed her boyfriend on their first date. Some people don't hold hands until they're engaged. Some people are still single in their 20's. Everyone is different. 

I agree. It's not a specific age, but more of when you find the right person, and the right time.

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