A Thai university is proof that, no matter how students choose to express their gender identity through clothing, adults will forever be nagging students to tuck in their shirts.
Bangkok University’s School of Fine and Applied Arts on Sunday shared several Facebook posts reminding students of the do's and don'ts of dressing for class. For girls and boys, sloppy shirts, untucked tails, undone ties, floppy blouses and flip-flops are all don'ts.
But the school also included examples of how the rules apply to what they term "tomboys" and "ladyboys," and noted that it's up to students to dress as they choose.
The school's dress code has drawn praise from both students and alumni on its Facebook page. As Thai Visa news reports, Bangkok University is also the first educational institution in Thailand to allow students to dress according to their gender identity.
In January, the Thai government announced its constitution would recognize a third gender
The bottom line: Look sharp.