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G-String Sales Down

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Meanwhile, in the UK, G-strings are rapidly declining in popularity: "Sales have gone down 17 per cent from their peak in 2003, with the result that thongs are now worth only 23 per cent of the total knicker market. Some say their decline is a rejection of overtly sexual clothing, others that it represents a national sigh of relief." [Daily Mail]