Haraway’s quest for “another place” is a rich ground to “go home” and become distant from “closed” space. This article seeks to track the path to pursuit of post-human and post-gender subject in feminist and utopian visions. From the Cyborg Manifesto to Chutulecene, Haraway’s figures and notions are being examined regarding the imagination of “a good life” in the midst of the pandemic. In this context, the article reviews Haraway’s framework for defining a non-essentialist subjectivity without falling into the nature/culture, biological-technological, non-physical, human-animal dilemma. It deals with Haraway’s figures and notions such as siborgs, companion species and speculative fabulations, Chthulucene through the ecological destruction, pandemic, and deepening inequalities.