Sunday, July 6, 2008

Mouth to mouth kissing on national kissing day in the UK

National Kiss Day For Lovers

On 6th July is the National Kiss Day is celebrated in U.K by lovers out there. Photographers like to stage and Italians love to eat it. Moreover in London people conducted conference about role of kiss in history as well as its importance in arts and culture from Graeco-Roman antiquity to Paris in the 1950s.
The organizers described the kiss as a capacious carrier of much social, political and cultural freight. National kiss day is to celebrate kissing. A kiss is more than a sheer kiss. Because according to Freuds passion killing formulation it is the sexual use of the mucous membranes of the lips and mouth. But sex is not the only thing to come in mind while talking about kiss. Royal Holloways Bedford Center for the History of Women arranged a conference to point out that kiss ranges from the stylized performative gesture to the ordinary ingredient of daily conversation. It ranges from stage kisses to perfunctory ones, from politicians kissing babies to a peck on the check between friends.
National Kiss Day reminds some famous images of kissing, such as Robert DOisneaus photograph of lovers kissing outside the Hotel de Ville in Paris. Top of the most celebrated kisses, is the kiss performed between Princess Diana and Prince Charles. When the Prince embraced his bride on a balcony at Buckingham Palace, traveled around the world on TV screens and published in millions of magazines and newspapers.
It is the all time hit portrait of pure expression of love. National Kiss Day describes kiss which is an intimate gesture relating two people whose actions may mimic each other but their intent may vary. It is an untold transaction, fraught with scopes for misunderstanding and bad faith. It may express anything from Hello to I Love You, from I quite fancy you to I would like to have passionate sex with you this instant. There is a fear related to it and thats sometimes expressed by pubescent girls who have not received sex education, that kissing may lead to pregnancy.
According to Feud, No one who has seen a baby sinking back satiated from the breast and falling asleep with flushed cheeks and a blissful smile can escape the reflection that this picture persists as a prototype of the expression of sexual satisfaction in later life.

But it is correct that viewing mouth to mouth kiss is not just as a beginning to genital sex.
If it is so then people wont loss energy on banning it in public places, setting limits to how it could be shown in a film, painting it on Greek vases and writing poems on it. Most of all people dont spend time to celebrate National Kiss Day

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