Otherness is a philosophical concept used to define the capacity to be another. Here I associate otherness with being a woman, or with the idea of being a woman. Berger said that a woman “has to survey everything she is and everything she does because how she appears to others […] is of crucial importance […]. Her own sense of being in herself is supplanted by a sense of being appreciated as such by another.” The words he dedicated to women in the 70s still seem to be applicable to us nowadays. Even when a woman is being herself, she will not do other than wear a costume of normality. Women always disguise, in costumes that cannot be removed. Even when we behave in a normal way, it has been fully meditated and studied how to act accordingly to the judgment we want to receive. Still, when we think we are really ourselves, we can’t avoid being for someone or something else, to appear to be what we want to be for others, even if no one sees us.