love and catching up with differences, are held in the Kama Sutra
in the highest regards without too harsh a connotation. As regards
kissing, the sage Vatsyayana touted a lovers' game in his treatises
In this game a wager may be laid by either one the punters, as to
which winner would get to posses the other one's lips first. If
the woman loses, she should appear sad and feign to cry, and turn
away from her lover, just to challenge him again saying-" let
another wager be laid", shortly thereafter.
If she loses the second time she should pull a strained face looking
as if doubly distress. She should await when her lover is off guard
or asleep to clasp his lower lip with her teeth and laughing loudly,
She should mock at him, deride him saying whatever she likes in
a joking way, dancing about, moving her eye brows and rolling her
Absolutely, this game appears quite childish for us, but we can
keep it in good terms for eventually developing sex-acts novelties.