The official Facebook page for Bangkok University’s School of Fine and Applied Arts posted a notice on Sunday about how students should dress in class.
The posters advise against things like jeans, shorts, or untucked shirts.
But the school also released two more pictures. One for those who identify as “ladyboy.”
And another set of uniforms for students who identify as “tomboy.”
The school wrote on their Facebook page that they have an open sexual attitude, but they only ask that the students' dress codes are regulated, ending the post with a smiley emoticon.
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