Where ever domination exists, modes of resistance also does. This mutual relation between dominance and resistance transforms political arena into conflict for keeping the field. This conflict includes two modes: Space and time. Thus, mechanisms of dominance or resistance try to determine, re-shape and transform the borders of time and space. From this point of view, graffiti in contrast with the orders of city authorities about movement in public spaces appears as a dimension in which ordinary people express themselves in relation with everyday life resistance praxis which produces the conflict for field between the parties. Women as a sub-group in this have a distinct role, because they object to the discourse which specifies “streets” to masculine power. So, this study depends on a field research made up observations and semi-structured interviews I conducted among twenty graffiti writers -five women- in Berlin.