The first recorded evidence of people kissing dates back to India over 4000 years ago!
Depending whether you are on the yay or nay side of the Valentine’s Day debate, you will either be elated or horrified to discover that for some, Valentine’s Day has become a full week of festivities. It kicks off on February 13 with Kiss Day, which we assume is a warm-up day for the big event. Kissing produces oxytocin, which is also known as the brain’s love hormone. It can boost feelings of affection and help keep you attracted to your partner. Did you you really need a reason to kiss someone you love today?
Whether you will be participating in Kiss Day by getting your smooch on or not, you may be interested in these three sapphic books with with word kiss in the title.