Your school will watch William Cane's presentation spellbound as he uses music, slides, and live demonstrations by students from your college to show exactly how to
overcome kissing shyness and do thirty different types of kisses.
Cane's multimedia presentation on The Art of Kissing helps students discover
how to get over their first kiss jitters. Through an entertaining mix of discussion and
demonstration, he prepares even the most experienced kissers for lip-to-lip communication like
they've never experienced it before.
This is a photo of some of the demonstrators kissing during a lecture Mr.
Cane gave at Boston College. Notice how involved these RA's are in what they're doing, as if nothing could distract them, even
though they're in front of hundreds of cheering students.
Here is a look at what happens during a college kissing show. This clip features
William Cane directing the kissing show at the University of Delaware.
What the presentation includes:
Topics covered include the psychology of kissing, types of kisses, and methods of
making yourself more kissable in the eyes of the opposite sex. Let the man who is considered the
world's authority on kissing delight your audience with tips for more intimate kisses, advice on
where men and women like to be kissed best (based on the first Internet kissing survey in history),
bizarre kissing customs from around the world, the newest fads in French kissing, and point by
point instructions for today's trendiest kisses, including: the upside-down kiss, lip-o-suction,
the vacuum kiss, the music kiss, the Trobriand Islands kiss and more.
Here is a more extended look at what happens during the kissing show. This clip features the neck kiss
and the dentist fantasy skit. Why is kissing so popular?
You know the answer to this question, so we don't think we have to say any more
about it. William Cane has received thousands of phone calls and letters with questions,
concerns and comments about kissing techniques, so he knows exactly what's on your audience's
mind. There won't be a single dropout when he conducts his kissing school live on your
The Art of Kissing, (St. Martin's Press, revised edition 1995). Since the initial publication
of his comprehensive kisser's manual, The Art of Kissing, author William Cane has
received thousands of phone calls, letters, and e-mails from readers with questions,
concerns, and comments about their kissing techniques. In this revised edition of an international
classic (now published in nineteen countries and seventeen languages), he shares their insights,
responds to their questions, and calms their kissing qualms with more of the lip-smacking wisdom
his fans have been waiting for. New topics include:
The kinds of kisses men and women like most (and least!) according to the results of the
world's first Internet kissing survey.
How to overcome your kissing shyness and kissing anxieties.
More lips-on instruction and wisdom from real kissers on how to perfect the first kiss, the eye
kiss, the nose kiss, the neck kiss, the public kiss, and the wet kiss, as well as complete instructions
for all-new kisses, including the butterfly kiss, the friendly kiss, and the lip-o-suction kiss.
Also available: The Book of Kisses(St. Martin's Press, 1993), a
collection of more than
500 of the most passionate, romantic, outlandish, and wonderful quotations on the intimate art of
kissing. This book includes sections on movie and television kissing, advice about kissing, actor
kisses (quotes from the likes of Kevin Costner, Tom Cruise, Demi Moore, and Sharon Stone on
what it's like to kiss in movies), kissing technique, prohibited kisses, and much more.