This study examines how woman’s identity was constructed in the Kadınlar Dünyası magazine, which was published in order to speak for women’s rights demands during the Constitutional Monarchy. To this end, the editorials of the first 100 daily issues of Kadınlar Dünyası Magazine have been examined. In order to write women’s history with the method and framework proposed by Joan W. Scott, the necessity of writing the history of the women’s category, in particular, has created the starting point of this study. For this purpose, this research was prepared with the thought that it would be important to look at what concepts and practices women’s magazine authors used to describe themselves and their womanhood. In this study, the content analysis method was used to examine what kinds of rights the Ottoman feminists demanded, how they talked about themselves and those whom they construct as “other” and what subjects they covered.