Romantically Kissing Our Lovers Might Not Be The Fashion We Thought It Was : ScienceAlert

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A new deep dive into humanity’s history of romantic kissing has revealed that locking lips has a more complex story than some researchers have proposed.

Though smooching one’s love interest might not be a human-only past time, not all cultures do it, leading to speculation over the behavior emerging in select…

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