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- The G-string, which was often sequined and rhinestoned, was a cultural marker of glamorous erotic entertainment. Non-professionals wore them for costumes or naughty private play, but generally not as underwear until Frederick's of Hollywood began to make a more wearable version of them available as underwear through their catalogs and stores.
- Jo Weldon (2019) cited in "The Visible G-string Is Officially Making Its Comeback — Here’s What It Means" on Teen Vogue, 13 November 2019.