Princess Aurora is awoken from her enchanted sleep by the handsome prince in the classic Brothers Grimm fairytale that was turned into an animated Disney movie in 1959.
Alfred Eisenstaedt's infamous "V-J Day in Times Square" photograph was taken on V-J Day, or "Victory Over Japan Day," Aug. 14, 1945. Pictured here is Edith Shain, who was widely believed to be the woman in the photograph. She passed away at 91 in 2010.
An unassuming couple made headlines when they appeared to be making out in the streets during the Vancouver riots after the city's hockey team, the Canucks, lost game seven of the Stanley Cup Finals. As it turns out, the couple had only been dating for six months.
In the 1971 film Sunday Bloody Sunday about a love triangle between a young bisexual man, an older male doctor, and a young woman, actors Peter Finch and Murray Head performed the first homosexual kiss on the silver screen.
Seen 'round the world, Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal wedding balcony kisses followed in the footsteps of the balcony kiss between Will's parents, Diana and Charles.
Originally titled "Francesca da Rimini," "The Kiss" is an 1889 marble sculpture by Auguste Rodin depicting a story from Dante's Inferno about real-life Italian noblewoman Francesca, who fell in love with her husband's younger brother.
French photographer Robert Doisneau's "Kiss by the Hotel de Ville (Le baiser de l'hôtel de ville)" was a 1950 photograph of a couple kissing in Paris that he created for Life magazine.