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I still answer gender-specific questions at times though, because even though I identify as agender, I've still been treated like a cis-female by others for the majority of my life, and I experience the same prejudices and problems as many other women do. And if they look silly on him, I'd just tell him that and maybe ask him to occasionally wear a different style. Man thongs: it would remind me of a body builder or rocky horror or something. Just because I can't see it doesn't matter.
If we are dating I will eventually be seeing it and the thong thing is a turn off. Are you concerned about visible underwear lines under your clothes? Does it make you feel submissive or feminine or kinky?
Thongs and g-strings are men’s underwear styles and they have their own privacy and choosing authority.