Thailand is considering a law to allow people who have had a sex change, or kathoeys as they are called in Thai,  to officially change their title. The proposal is being considered by the country's National Legislative Assembly to support an anti-discrimination provision in the draft constitution.  Wiroon Tangcharoen, an assembly member who is also rector of Srinakharinwirot University, said he supported the move, and said he did not believe the law would cause any problems in university dormitories, where students are segregated by sex.