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15th Apr 2017

The one thing that’s missing from long-term relationship sex


Cathy Donohue

Nope, we don’t buy this.

A study, conducted by Victoria Milan, says that one in four people in long-term relationships don’t kiss as much as those who have just started seeing each other.

The survey, which involved 4,500 people, found 25 per cent of people in long-termers kiss during sex while 79 per cent of those who have just started seeing each other are dedicated to some tongue action.*

Founder of the site, Sigurd Vedal said:

“Kisses, fuelled by adrenaline, lust and passion, can more erotic than actually going to bed with someone, according to our very experienced members.

“A kiss between long-term partners is a habit, often devoid of much emotion. A kiss between lovers is full of excitement and feeling”.

Interestingly, 92 per cent of people surveyed said that a kiss can be just as seductive as any other foreplay tactics.

*Obviously we take these results with a pinch of salt.