It's a well-known fact that many men have been wearing women's lingerie for years. Whether it's because they are part of the LGBTQ+ community, enjoy cross dressing or because their wife likes it, or maybe, just because they like it - it's a fact.
But one thing is for sure, it's probably been pretty tight down there. Until now that is because a lingerie company has created an array of underwear sets and nightwear especially for men - and, more importantly, their junk.
We don't judge here and are strong believers in each to their bloody own.
The Australian firm are selling bras that don't come with a cup size but some padded options are available and sizes range from small to extra large to please everyone.
And the prices are pretty decent, too. You can pick up a frilly g-string/thong for £7.79 ($10) or if you want to splash the cash, a babydoll will set you back £40.48 ($52).
And it isn't just the men loving their products, but women have been huge fans, too.
Leaving a review on the website, one wife said: "My husband is trans - there is nothing like this in the UK and while it may seem odd to order from the other side of our planet, it has made such a difference!
"[He] is invigorated, happy, feminine and I love it too! Suffice to say that we shall continue to order from yourselves until there is a company in the UK that fully embraces and understands the concepts that you have apparently cornered the market in!
"Congratulations for the sensitivity and the honest approach without the sniggers etc that usually go with this type of advertising. its gorgeous, soft, creamy and fits!! Stunning..."
One man reviewing the Tiffany sleepwear set commented: "The material feels so soft and sensuous to the touch and feels so comfortable. You could sleep in it all night, if it wasn't so sexy!"
HommeMystere was established in 2009 and their aim is to design and make 'fun, comfortable, unique lingerie - for people with packages.'
The Mirror reported that people on social media have mixed opinions on the idea of their partner wearing underwear.
One woman said: "Oh...I think my guy and I will pass on this trend." And another joked: "Now we can go bra shopping together, yay."