เสื้อคู่แขนยาว Church tells girl she can’t have First Communion because ‘suits are for boys, dresses for girls’ Posted 12:08 PM, October 13, 2017, by Travis Mayfield , Updated at 12:15PM, October 13, 2017 A 9-year-old girl in Indiana was so excited about her First Communion that she picked out a very special suit for the day. But when that special day came, the parish said suits are for boys and dresses are for girls. Cady Mansell could only participate in the ceremony if she wore a dress. A parish official told The Washington Post that they occasionally get requests from kids to wear purple instead of white or sneakers instead of dress shoes. And that's why they have a dress code. Q13 news spoke with Cady's mom Friday morning, and she said the same dress code outlaws sleeveless dresses and that shoulders must be covered. But other girls broke those rules and only her daughter was excluded. Now if you are looking at Cady's short hair and wondering if this has to do with gender identity or sexual orientation, Cady says she's a girl and she identifies that way. The reason she has short hair is because she regularly grows it out long and shaves it off to donate to Locks of Love. The parish said a priest would give her First Communion in private if she wanted to wear the suit, but she couldn't be part ชุดคู่รัก of the public ceremony with the rest of her class. So her mother took her out of the parish and enrolled all of her kids in a different school. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://q13fox.com/2017/10/13/church-tells-girl-she-cant-have-first-communion-because-suits-are-for-boys-dresses-for-girls/ Car bomb explodes in Somalia's capital Mogadishu, casualties reported Fierce winds stir deadly California wildfires as teams search for victims October 14, 2017 / 1:34 PM / in 20 minutes Car bomb explodes in Somalia's capital Mogadishu, casualties reported MOGADISHU (Reuters) - A car bomb exploded on a busy street in the center of Somalia’s capital Mogadishu on Saturday, causing an unknown number of casualties, police said. There was no immediate claim of responsibility, although the Islamist al Shabaab group has carried out regular attacks. “It was a truck bomb. It exploded at the K5 Junction,” said Mohamed Hussein, a police officer, referring to an area in the capital that is lined with government offices, hotels, restaurants and shops. “There are casualties but we do not know the exact amount as the scene is still burning,” he told Reuters. The al Qaeda-allied al Shabaab group is waging an insurgency to topple the weak U.N.-backed government and its African Union allies and impose its own strict interpretation of Islam. In recent years, the militants have lost most territory under their control to African Union peacekeepers and government troops. But they frequently launch deadly gun, grenade and bomb attacks in Mogadishu and other regions controlled by the federal government. Many attacks are aimed at military bases but some also target civilians. เสื้อคู่ ig