Social life is a great unity consisting of many institutions, developments, values and norms. Conflicts, separations and ruptures are seen in social unity as well as harmony, order and harmony. In this context, society deserves various adjectives and practices to some sections because they do not comply with the general order and disrupt unity. Others are at the forefront of such incompatible, marginal or out-of-society examples. Others who are usually defined around their ethnic identities, sexual orientation, professions or beliefs, stay out of what society accepts as "we", or rather are excluded from that.
However, some “special” names get free of the others and they as an anomalous example become socially prominent people. At this point, Ayşe Tükrükçü, who was a victim of rape in her childhood, later a sex worker and homeless, is now a famous volunteer who produces and conducts social responsibility projects. Thus Ayşe Tükrükçü's life is a sociological life story that disrupts social othering. Therefore this article is the product of a call that invites readers to re-address othering through Ayşe Tükrükçü.