Thai University issued a statement, which says that regardless of the gender identity of students, they should always remember that the dress should be neat. College of Fine and decorative arts in the University of Bangkok on your Facebook page posted photos of how to and how not to dress for class.
Neither the boys nor the girls do not have to attend classes in baggy shirts or loose loose blouses, with flowing hair, useless ties and should not wear flip-flops. But the administration also gave examples of how to dress are “cocky girls” and “feminine boys”, and recalled that the students themselves decide what sex clothes they wear.
Dress code college has received support from both his students and from alumni. As reported by Thai Visa, Bangkok University was the first educational institution in Thailand, which allowed students to dress in accordance with their gender identity.