As we all navigate changes in our human interactions, one of the questions that comes to mind for me is how important is kissing for creating intimacy? Is it an activity that is really needed for creating intimate connection, or is it just one that is so ingrained in our human interactions that it feels impossible to separate out? And will kissing take on new meaning now if/when we do decide to share this type of connection with others?
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Here is an alternative thought as well: let's bring back HAND-KISSING! Obviously with clean hands, but as a safer option for showing affection and intimacy, or even devotion & worship. Consider how eye-contact can be better used and appreciated from this perspective as well. One can take in a larger perspective, but still use the eyes to convey mood/meaning/intention. The slight distance could actually help create a different type of intensity, or force those who might traditionally close their eyes during kissing, to instead open up their eyes and better connect to their partner through eye-gazing.
It's everything. Why even bother with the rest? Unless there's money involved.
Or even just creating the spark of passion? For some, kissing is a way to set the tone and tempo of the passion explored...but intimacy is not at the forefront of why it is enjoyed.
Are there other things that kissing helps create for you?