The December issue of Glamour Magazine has hit newsstands and inside I served as one of three judges for a piece entitled, The 6 Best Movie Kisses of All Time.
Before you read the column, I’m interested to hear what films and characters you believe should make the list… What are your favorite kisses onscreen?
With a month and a half before The Science of Kissing’s debut, Ayana Byrd at Redbook interviewed me for a fun article in their December issue called The Kissing Project. The piece explores why we kiss and I’m quoted:
“Research suggests that men may have an unconscious tendency to swap lots of spit because they transfer testosterone (which raises libido over time) to their mate through saliva.”
“Whether a couple has been together for four months or 40 years, kissing promotes feelings of intimacy and security.”
Of course, that’s just a hint of what’s in the actual book: I spend a chapter exploring gender differences and several more on the hormones and neurotransmitters involved. While I don’t want to give too much away yet, it’s neat to see a nod to The Science of Kissing in print!
More will be revealed over the coming weeks…