Chrysoula Anagnostopoulou, The women’s issue in journal Bosporis The article refers to the woman’s journal Bosporis, published in Istanbul from the beginning of 1899 until the beginning of 1906 by a woman editor, director, journalist, poetess and novelist, Mrs. Cornelia L. Preveziotou-Tavaniotou. The magazine focuses on issues and characteristics of the modern woman of the Ottoman Empire era, as defined by the original publisher of the programmatic article in the first issue of the magazine and consistently supported up to end of the journal’s circulation. The purpose of the issuance of Bosporis which analyzed the programming of the diagram, is to write articles against harmful outlandish and female emancipation in order to avoid jeopardizing the traditional position and the unique role of the Greek woman as wife and mother and instead relied on to support because it is ordained by God and necessary for Greek and Christian ideals, to be served because of the historical conjuncture of irredentism of the genus, in this era and region issued. To implement this goal, the objectives set out to strengthen the role of moral and intellectual culture of women through adequate and continuous training necessary to manage the home and participation in the service of the nation and not for the independence and out to the workplace, which is dominated solely legally and effectively by men. Based on the above formalities, the ‘‘diagram’’ of Bosporis refers to the participation of women in the advancement of society, gender relations, the necessity of female education, the negative characteristics of women’s work, the purpose and role of women as well as their moral status. The analysis of these thematic categories through the texts of Bosporis and the attitudes of the editor and columnist, contributing to the emergence of the female but not feminist character of the journal.