Ms. Uddin, founder of 3-Queens Publications is a highly sought speaker/panelist on women’s issues, and during March-Month of the Woman. Former faculty with Madonna University, Marygrove College, and was the in-resident poet with Oak Park Public Library where she facilitated the Poetry & Beyond Writing Workshops for over six years; many of her students have become published. Moyna Uddin is a Wayne State University alumna.
The revised third printing of Her Sudan Man, His Circumcised Wife (ISBN 978-0-9889148-8-9), released August 2017. In 2005, the groundbreaking book by Moyna Uddin was released after many years researching true stories of circumcised women and their husbands before the first conviction of Female Genital Mutilation in Georgia 2006, and a current pending case in Michigan 2017. She compiled true accounts into three main characters in a 21st Century steamy love triangle that interconnect and intersect in lust, deceit, tribal loyalty expectations, and liberation. It’s the first book of its kind on the subject told from a husband’s point of view being married to a sexually mutilated woman.This whirlwind novel spans three years into the new millennium post 9-11 era about a few foreign students in America from terrorist nations, and is a testament of FGM survivors towering spirit for freedom and restoration for exposing this ritual that has global reaching tentacles. Truth triumphs over deception for these survivors to do their best to live normal lives and protect their daughters from the diabolical practice. The book details how many men know the deception is blamed on religion and culture, but they try to lure American women into the practice. The hypnosis evaporates for an American woman Sonya when she prepares to meet her foreign fiancé’s relatives. Aja and Haseem are immigrants on a quest for the American dream of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness...
This is a grueling non-stop fast paced action packed poignant story on a subject of growing world concern. This new edition has graphics with a resource section.
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