When to kiss a girl
It’s really simple. Have you been interacting with her? Have you felt a connection to her? Has she seemed to enjoy the time with you? Are you alone?
Be bold. Just say “Come here.” And then lean in and kiss her.
If she rejects you, it’s no big deal. But I can tell you, I’ve never been rejected for a kiss. I’ve been rejected for sex many times. Women see kissing much differently than sex. Sure, kissing is something that a girl isn’t going to do with just anyone. But if you’ve been spending time with her, and she’s seemed enamored… she’s more than likely hoping that you’ll kiss her.
Yes, kissing is seen as an intimate act by girls, but so was the time you’ve been spending together. Most guys see kissing all the way up to sex as a single act of passion that naturally progresses from one thing to the next. So guys tend to equivocate between the fear of being rejected for sex and being rejected for a kiss. Not girls. Girls will kiss you if they’ve enjoyed you and you are bold enough to initiate. And unlike sex, where you may have to be persistent against initial resistance, kisses are almost freely accepted.
Trust me: As long as they like you and feel connected to you and trust you. As long as they’ve been having a good time. They’ll kiss you.
A lot of guys miss the opportunity when it’s right under their noses. Because most girls don’t want to have to say this: