There'll be no awkward fumbling to spoil the mood if you master this smooth move.
Step 1: Continue kissing and stroking Continue kissing and stroking her face or hair with one hand while using your free hand to feel for the clasp to determine whether it is in the front or back.
Step 2: Determine clasp location Place your hand on her breast, over the shirt, and feel for a plastic clasp between the breasts. If you don't feel anything, it's probably a back clasp.
TIP: She may be wearing a sports bra, which has no clasp and can't be removed with this method, or no bra at all.
Step 3: Feel under the shirt Slip your hand underneath the back of her shirt and feel for a thicker piece of fabric about three to five inches long in the center of the bra. This is the back clasp.
TIP: Before going underneath the shirt, make sure your hand is warm. A cold hand on the back is never welcome.
Step 4: Remove tension Remove tension from either a front or back clasp by grasping the fabric on either side of the clasp between two fingers. Then squeeze your fingers together toward the middle to release.
Step 5: Practice Practice the squeeze and release technique with a willing friend to ensure quick and smooth removal when it counts.
FACT: Two women were killed in London in 1999 by a bolt of lightning, after the underwire in their bras acted as a conductor.