So, earlier this week Bec Judd valiantly argued the merits of the G-string with her radio co-hosts Kate “Monty” Dimond and Yumi Stynes.
Speaking on KIIS FM’s 3pm Pick Up, Dimond confessed to preferring the comforts of the Bridget Jones-esque “granny” undies, but Judd insisted her less-is-more approach to undergarments was life-changing.
“Today I’m wearing a ‘Brazilian’ undie,” Judd she announced to the national radio audience.
“Not quite a full brief but not quite a G and these, I understand, are so annoying.
"They kind of creep up your bum and they don't quite cover your bum, so you always feel it. But with a G-string... it's like wearing a watch.
"For the first day or two, you feel it but then after that, you don't feel it at all. I always sleep in G-strings."
Each to their own, of course, but the final admission had some Mamamia readers a little perplexed.
"You shouldn't be sleeping with underwear on at all," one follower commented on our Facebook page.
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"My gyno told me that your vagina needs time to air and if you are someone who suffers from a lot of recurring infections, like thrush, is it even more necessary."
Another suggested Judd must indeed have a "very well balanced system" to be able to rock a G-banger 24/7.
A straw poll of our office uncovered a mix of opinions on the matter, not to mention a variety of pajama preferences.
But whether flannelette lovers, T-shirt wearers or freewheelers in bed, most of us were indeed under the impression that breathable cotton briefs or nothing at all were the only two options for warding off a yeast infection.