Friday, August 21, 2015

Are You a Front-Clasper or Back-Clasper?

I admit it: I am a front-clasper.

When I put on my bra, I clasp it in front, then twist it around. But after reading "You Might Be Putting Your Bra On Wrong" on BuzzFeed Life, I will make the transition and strive to become a back-clasper.

Thank you, Diana, for recommending this article for Femulate.


The mailman just delivered the new issue of Harper's Bazaar, the fall fashion issue. When I saw this tome in my mailbox, I thought it was a new Jameco electronics parts catalog; the page count of this tree-killer is 702 pages!


My first trans-related book Fantasia Fair Diaries is almost ready to go. I just have to tweak a few more things, then I am done. The September 1st release date looks solid.


I will be busy at Fantasia Fair this year. In addition to co-hosting the Fashion Show, I will be presenting  time, date and specifics to be determined, so please standby for an update.

Source: MyHabit

Matthew Sim
Actor Matthew Sim femulating in the 1988 British film Without A Clue.


  1. back clasp, closed in the front and dragged around. I like the concept of a front clasp, but I find that the clasp ends up tilting at an angle and doesn't stay horizontal.

  2. back, no dislocated shoulder here. Now, about that left rear garter-clip that is so trying?

  3. I've always been a back-clasper, but I understand why so many prefer the front.