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Thai university approves uniforms for cross-dressing students

Thai university approves uniforms for cross-dressing students

A Thai university struck a blow for LGBT rights this week when it introduced an official dress code for cross-dressing students, giving clearly defined rules for ‘ladyboys’ and ‘tomboys’.
Thailand is one of the few countries left in the world where university students are required to wear uniforms. These usually consist of a white shirt and black trousers or skirt, though jeans are often allowed instead of trousers.
The dress code was announced by the university’s School of Applied and Fine Arts, which highlighted its own “open attitude towards sexuality”. It did, however, ask students to dress appropriately and follow the rules, which include no short skirts, no sandals and no torn jeans.


Updated : 2021-09-23 16:30 GMT+08:00