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In the short-term, men like kisses to be wet, while women do not.
Psychologists hypothesize that males "perceive a greater wetness or salivary exchange during kissing as an index of the female’s sexual arousal/receptivity, similar to the act of sexual intercourse," Hughes wrote.
That, in turn led to greater desire for a relationship.The results showed that both men and women consider kissing an important and highly intimate interaction.Both sexes use kissing to gauge the relationship compatibility of themselves and their partners."Males are kissing primarily to increase arousal for their partner," Hughes said.Those statements may strike some as obvious and others as old-fashioned, but regardless, they're scientifically proven.
The third and final study presented in the paper sought to test specifically whether the mechanism by which “responsiveness” motivated individuals to pursue relationships was, in fact, sexual arousal.