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Author Topic: Kissing, Holding Hands in Public

April 18, 2018, 12:22:59 PM
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Jasonn


I don't really like it and I think possibly the couple is showing off.  It's like some guy grooving thru town in a brand new car.  Anyway, some of the physical touch is literally stupid.  I mean, I remember this boy and girl kissing on the bus growing up and I'm like,"Get a motel room!".  :D

April 19, 2018, 07:27:33 PM
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muaaz.93


 Yes, you are right Jason. I also feel awkward when people kiss and hold hands for a long time in public. I believe that men do this to show off that they have a girl and are more manly than the spectators. While the girls do this to put themselves in the disbelief that this guy is in real love with her. Because whatever you do the real love doesn't need to be shown off.

April 20, 2018, 12:46:09 AM
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chameli


I belong to a culture where kissing in public is not socially accepted. In my home country, even a simple thing like holding hands is frowned upon. However, the situation is changing, it is common the see young people holding hands. However, kissing is still not accepted, even if you are a married couple. Unmarried couples found kissing in public can be thrown to the jail.

April 21, 2018, 01:13:52 PM
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kgail


Holding hands in public is okey. Kissing in public is okey but if its only a peck but if it is more than that. If you are sloppy kissing or being too touchy. I think it is considered inappropriate. When you are out in public there are a lot of people. From children to elderly.

Showing affection to someone you love is never wrong. But you need to know the fine line between being sweet to being lustful. I mean if you cant fight the urge of being too intimate. Better go to a private place than making people around you uncomfortable.
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April 21, 2018, 01:27:06 PM
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kathness


Where I grew up, public display of affection is a no-no. You'll just get disgusted looks from people and I do understand them. It isn't appropriate to be munching on your partner's lips or more with people looking.

Public display of affection is never okay! It's disgusting in each and every way. I mean why would you do that in public? If you respect each other and the people around you then do those things at home or in a motel. Be considerate that there are others who might see you, children even.

April 21, 2018, 03:03:01 PM
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sarangjaybee


I also think that these kinds of acts are inappropriate especially when done in public places and transportation. I was actually raised in the rural area and to us, these things must be done in a room, especially kissing. I also hate it when unmarried couples do this because I always think about how would they feel if they'll break up and they'll see each other on the exact same place with their new partners. I mean it's awkward right.

However, I can't judge them tho. I mean, if the country's a democratic country, then there's always freedom for the people.

April 22, 2018, 07:35:37 AM
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Patrick Y


So do you think sometimes the mate pressures the other into doing this when they don't want to?  I think females would do this more, but I could be wrong. 

May 17, 2018, 05:26:12 AM
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Valentino


I belong to a culture where kissing in public is not socially accepted. In my home country, even a simple thing like holding hands is frowned upon. However, the situation is changing, it is common the see young people holding hands. However, kissing is still not accepted, even if you are a married couple. Unmarried couples found kissing in public can be thrown to the jail.

I think that's overkill - even though I don't care for romantic show-offs.  Anyway, at least in the US, it's a free country and you can kiss and hold hands all you want - and I'm not in favor of government regulations to stop it!  However, though, the gay stuff is a bit weird for me - as I'm religious and somewhat not accustomed to it.