The women complained that being forced by teachers to wear female attire to classrooms, instead of male clothing, distressed them. It also denied them their free will, and breached the constitution and the principle of gender equality, the report said.
Jinda Pigulgaew, a third year student, said she did not like wearing a skirt because she did not feel like herself. She always changed into a skirt only immediately before entering class and switched back to pants right after.
"When I see that [homosexual] men come to class wearing skirts I just feel that’s unfair. However, I do understand that in our current society men have more advantages,” said Ms Jinda.