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Skillful Removal of the Brassiere
No skillful student should balk when confronted with a brassiere. Instead, it should be kept in place until the female is pushing her breasts into the student’s hand or vehemently requesting that she be further stimulated in the mammary region. At this point, it should be swiftly dispatched with a single hand. This is a simple procedure that has nonetheless flummoxed many students for many years.
The initial approach should be softly exploratory to establish whether the bra fastens at the front or back. If it is the former, investigate the kind of clasp more closely under the guise of nuzzling the breast.
If it is a hook-and-eye closure, simply unhook the top of it between finger and thumb, then push the other side of the fastening upward and over. If it is a snap fastening, bring the two sides of the clasp together using your finger and thumb.
If it is a back-fastening bra, simply put your thumb underneath the bra and a finger or two on the band fastening, then push the two sides together.
Once the breasts are revealed, allow the woman to remove the bra herself. If she does not initiate this but seems happy for you to continue your ministrations, there is no need to remove the brassiere yourself. You now have full access to the breasts, so it is no longer an impediment to your caress.