Raw and real. Many women will relate.
Life sucks when you’re a mop. Used and abused, Mumtaz stuffed her face at every opportunity to forget that she didn’t even know why she felt like dirt. It made a victim of her, and the only hope on offer was continuing to validate herself by being everyone else’s mop.
Believe it or not, that despair was a gift that catapulted Mumtaz back in time, and on a journey that spanned three generations of women in her family who too had suffered the cyclical pain of prejudice and denial. To finally stop it, Mumtaz confronted a deep and dark secret.
This is the story of how Mumtaz became a mop, and rose from the dirt to become who she was always meant to be.
Mumtaz Mahal Suliman stands for the helpless. She is an activist against gender-based violence and founder of “No To Gossip”, a campaign that champions empathy and support for abused woman. After teaching English and History for almost two decades, she started a business and was recently awarded Business Woman of the Year. She is a mother and grandmother, qualified reiki and healing practitioner, author, and above all, a woman.
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