William Cane is a "kissing expert":

Women’s favorite spot to be kissed, other than the mouth, is the neck. Ninety-six percent of women reported that they like neck kisses, while only about 10% of men do, so a guy will not even believe that a girl likes being kissed on the neck because it doesn’t really do anything for him. So I tell guys to move or slide off the lips occasionally down to the neck, and that will produce big results; we demonstrate that onstage. Similarly, women like being kissed on the ears much more than men do.

Men often respond most to the French kiss, whereas women often respond to a romantic kiss.

One great thing about being gay is that while everyone is different, we don't have to figure out what turns the other dude on.

We have access to the same equipment 24 hours a day as Seinfeld once pointed out. We know how to give a blow-job because we know how we like to get a blow-job. Ditto hand-jobs. And yeah, French kissing is very hot. Ditto lesbians don't really need a crash course in how to stimulate clitori, unlike many poor young men bewildered by the whole thing until they get the hang of it. I could go on ... but I'm sure you'd rather I didn't. But it's enough to make one think that homosexuality is actually an advantage sexually in so many ways.

So about that "natural" law ...

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