In the relationship between nationalism and gender, the masculine fiction of nationalism functions by “objectifying” women. Nationalist ideologies, which construct a masculine discourse, attract women to national cases, while forcing them to stand in standardized patterns of action. In this context, although the Ulkucu women were in the back services of MHP in the period before 1980, it is seen that MHP mobilized women more in the framework of series of cases with the 1990s. Undoubtedly, it is not just a process of “calling” and “inviting”, but also women are acting as active subjects of
politics. In this sense, the MHP and Ulkucu Movement in Turkey “male/female” this study, will discuss the Ulkucu women; How they built an identity through women’s magazines, how they connect with the nationalist movement and whether women could go out of the “masculine fiction” of nationalism. The Ulkucu women, defined as Asenas, were placed in the historical reading of the MHP and a re-reading was carried out around the themes of femininity, family and feminism in the context of gender.