Studies on femininity in psychoanalysis have been carried out for ages. The different views of femininity in psychoanalysis have led us to rich texts. Ultimately, by different ideas bringing forth to different concepts; definitions of characterization such as woman, femininity, masculinity, the other woman, rejection of femininity, feminine pleasure are combined on psychoanalytic study. These studies have left us alone with the hardship of femininity and the definition of it. Derivering from the concept of ?Bedrock? which S. Freud referred in his article ?Analysis Terminable and Interminable? in 1937 described as the ultimate and stalemate point of psychoanalytic treatment, through Greek mythological characters, masquerade ,the other woman, the rejection of femininity, concepts of feminine pleasure have also been studied in this article with the texts of other contemporary psychoanalysts, especially the studies of S. Freud and Lacan.