The novel Umělohmotný třípokoj by Petra Hůlová is a story of a thirty-year old prostitute working privately, who with calmness and through an emotionless monologue acquaints the reader with the world of her profession. The novel is rich in illustrations of how the boundaries of womanhood and manhood frequently function in culture. The way that literature perceives the roles and attributes in Hůlováʼs book was confronted with the feminist thoughts and the gender reflection in the postmodern cultural discourse. By drafting borders between both sexes, the author implies that they confine the women and the man within structural frames that are impossible to break by human mind and mentality. The most visible example is the main character of the novel who breaks out of the model of a prostitute dependant on men by posing as an independent woman. In fact, she becomes trapped within new borders fixed by the contemporary world.