Have you ever wondered where the first kiss originated?
According to a 2014 article in Psychology Today – “Kissing is not universal among human beings, and, even today, there are some cultures that have no place for it. This suggests that it is not innate or intuitive. Another possibility is that kissing is a learned behavior that evolved from “kiss feeding,” the process by which mothers in some cultures feed their babies by passing masticated food from mouth-to-mouth. Yet, there are some modern indigenous cultures in which kiss feeding is practiced, but not social kissing.”
So what do you think?