The issue of gender stereotypes in human development and the culture that they make will never be debated, many concepts are ambiguous and are on two sides of the gray one. The number of debates about how culture is made by humans for good purposes ultimately divides the human perspective itself. Pramoedya Ananta Toer's coastal girl novel published in 1987 provides an illustration of how a fourteen-year-old Javanese girl from Rembang fell victim to this gray culture. Its life initially beautifull, changed instantly because of a Javanese official who wanted to be a concubine. Without further ado or approach, in just one night, the status changes.