Should You Kiss on the First Date?

The question of kissing on the first date is a fairly common one. Kissing is a great way to physically connect with someone without going all the way, but sometimes it may send the wrong idea that all you want is a fling, especially on the first date. The best way to decide whether or not you should kiss him on the first date really depends on how the date is going. In dating you should take the “rules” as guidelines not law, sometimes they should be broken and it can result in a great relationship.
Men who are looking for relationships will take their time to court the woman of interest. This means they like to take things slow and not rush the physical aspect when on the first few dates. Let’s just say it excites them to be on the chase. So if you are on the first date and he gives you a kiss on the cheek with a second date in tow, don’t push it, he’s definitely interested in you.
Sometimes though, when you’re on a date you really want to kiss this handsome man sitting across from you. If you really like him and want to see him more, it might be best to hold off on the kiss. You are able to tell if a guy is really into you by the way he talks to you and even his physical interaction with you. If he’s too touchy-feely with a lack of intellectual or emotional connection, he’s probably just physically attracted to you.
When your date asks you if he can kiss you after a lovely evening out, honestly it’s up to you to decide. He did give the courtesy of asking, making him a gentleman and giving a sign that he’s very interested in you. Honestly, I don’t think it would hurt if you lip-lock after he asks for permission. Just don’t go all out, a gentle sweet kiss leaves him hanging in anticipation until he sees you again.
There are really no rules when it comes to kissing on the first date. It’s all about how you feel when you are with your date. Really gauge the situation and his interaction with you to decide if you want to share a kiss with him.

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