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Posted 9/18/17 , edited 9/19/17


Even just from the non-experience of porn, I assumed most girls just slipped off the shoulder straps, lowered the cups, and twisted the now "tube top" back around to the front where they could work on the hooks in the mirror?
Or does it depend on bust size?


I'll let the ladies speak for themselves, but my impression is that this is a habit: Some girls reach behind to hook and unhook, others twist around, and others do both. The mirror, though has nothing to do with hooks, from what I've seen.
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Posted 9/18/17 , edited 9/19/17
Front clasps seem most manageable, to me, but still a pain in the ass.
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Posted 9/18/17 , edited 9/19/17

Ejanss wrote:


Potentsaliva wrote:

After weeks of pondering I've come to the conclusion that the world of bra's is more vast and complex than I've ever realized and or realized. Band and bust sizes for instance have always and still does eluded me, and now I'm fully aware that I don't have the mathematical visualization skills or the experience to understand cup sizes just from sight.


Well, just takes good old practice, practice, practice.

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lawdog wrote:
But when I say "difficult" really, they're not. I only need 2 fingers to unhook my wife's bra...through her clothing. Just push the straps together, and it will push the hooks out of their catches. The secret is not to try and pull the straps apart, but to push them together so they fall apart. Once you figure it out it's easy...after all girls don't spend ages taking off and putting on their bras, LOL.


Even just from the non-experience of porn, I assumed most girls just slipped off the shoulder straps, lowered the cups, and twisted the now "tube top" back around to the front where they could work on the hooks in the mirror?
Or does it depend on bust size?


I do this idk my mom and sister have always done it that way so I did too. It depends I guess on the person with how they unhook it. I don't know how unhook my own bra with one hand.
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Posted 9/19/17 , edited 9/19/17
I recall that as a teen we girls valued the skill of taking off a bra without removing outer clothing. Bras were new and sometimes they were annoying so it was good to know that stealth removal technique. That was great for being in public and wanting bra relief.
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Posted 9/19/17 , edited 9/19/17

Potentsaliva wrote:

Do girls with small boobs even need to wear bra's?


Curiously specific question, but I would think there would be a certain level of skin sensitivity/irritation from other clothing a bra would help deal with regardless of breast size.
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Posted 9/19/17 , edited 9/19/17
1 hook - rare, mostly found on first time bras
2 hooks - most common, goes up to E-cup (I believe). Gives good support.
3 hooks - most common on F-cups and beyond. Gives better support for larger busts.
Longline - 4 or more hooks
Bralette - no hooks
Sportsbra - may or may not have hooks. Have different support system for different activities. Examples: Low support for yoga - medium support for walking, jogging, cycling - high support for weight lifting, boxing and sports

Band size is the measurement under the bust. All (at least most) bras have 3 rows of hooks that you use when the band has been stretched from wearing. A new bra is supposed to fit on the first row, and be too tight on the 2rd and 3rd.
Cup size is the size of your bust. It is measured around the bust (not around the breast). This will give you your most accurate cup size, but keep in mind; a size 34 D, 36 C and 38 B can be the same size, also knows as "sister-sizes".

No women needs to wear a bra, but some feel better back support when doing everyday things like walking, carrying things etc. You take a bra off by pinching and pulling on the hooks. They should all come off at the same time (unless 4 hooks or more).

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Posted 9/21/17 , edited 9/21/17
be lazy, wear a sports bra, no hooks
Posted 9/21/17 , edited 9/21/17
If women are a mystery, the bra hook is stage 4 boss.
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I have a feeling you won't be needing this knowledge.
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Posted 9/21/17 , edited 9/22/17
This thread needs more velcro.

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Posted 9/21/17 , edited 9/22/17
I simply just wear sport bras, they are nice material, keep my chest nice and protected feeling, plus they are easy to slip on! No hassle with hooks!
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Posted 9/21/17 , edited 9/22/17
Can't say I've ever had a problem taking off a bra on someone. They are pretty basic. They level up in the dark though.
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Posted 9/26/17 , edited 9/26/17
I still have problems taking off my wife's bra sometimes. Then again as a busty lass she has between 3-4 hooks.
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Posted 9/26/17 , edited 9/26/17
I haven't encountered any issues removing bras throughout my life.
It took time, in the early days, to know how to apply pressure underneath to unhook.
It can easily be done with one hand (thumb pushing down, index pulling the teeth up/off).
Bras that are supporting bustier women usually require more pressure and may require two hands (depending on the circumstances).
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Posted 9/26/17 , edited 9/26/17
Hmm, 360 degrees
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