In Pierre Bourdieu's sociology, masculine domination is a unique example of paradoxical italics. The imposition of this domination on us is imposed on us, and in this case we have a masculine conception of domination that is associated with patriarchal doxa, obedience and domination. The male domination leads to the domination of the masculine by placing males and females in relation to the domination of the males over the females. In this way, the patriarchate forms a field of social reality as a symbolic power with its undefined determination. Symbolic alienation also emerges as another concept used by Bourdieu to describe masculine domination in this context. Where males exhibit discriminatory attitudes towards women, they are exposed to symbolic violence when they consent and legitimize this situation. In this study, Bourdieu tried to examine the notion of masculinity in the context of masculine domination and accompanying social gender discourse in relation to the masculine and feminine relations between the sexes.