As you start slowly caressing her--her hand or her arm or her waist or back, or maybe feeling her cheek or her hair with your hand--the ideal to strive for is that you want to keep her gently balanced on the very edge of being too excited, so it is never too much for her to handle, nor so mild that it becomes tame. Kino is above all the other categories (Joints, Flicks, Movies, Film, and Cinema). Plebeians aren't ready for kino, as they would have trouble picking up on the subtle sociological themes & masterfully-executed yet intentionally-mistransmitted messages that always seem to fly right over lesser minds undetected.That by definition maintains the barriers, leaving them in place.
So you look for excuses to touch, or you reach out and caress her but it has a slightly rushed quality because you're trying to mask some underlying nervousness.Ultimately where you want to get to is the point where you recognize that for a woman, the experience of having you challenging the barriers is not ONLY a source of anxiety for her, but is also a source of EXCITEMENT.The more you understand (and vicariously feel) the way your touch EXCITES her, the more you will naturally become confident about doing it.Besides conveying confidence, the other thing you need to do with kino is to strike a balance so it isn't either too challenging, nor too tame.I’ve gotten REALLY good over the years and I’m actually at the point where I can take any interaction with a girl and turn it sexual within minutes, all by touching her in the right way. Today I want to show you the best types of kino touching that I use all the time.
Plus I do this without them knowing what I’m doing, because it’s… Do me a favour, once you’re down watching and reading.
These motion pictures are eternally poignant, forever relevant, steeped in an understanding of the world and exuding it unto others like a blessing from heaven, made from important thinkers, visionaries.
Unlike bar-lowered shite-content-pushers like Tarantino. Joints, flicks, and movies appeal to a wide range, while Kino is for people with a true passion and understanding of filmmaking.
Nervous people also look away, so you calmly make eye contact.
And nervous people look serious, so be sure to smile a lot.
Because he actually reinforced the barriers instead of destroying them.