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The issues of learning and feminist identity-building in terms of participating in protests are addressed in this text. The author analyzes five narrative interviews with female participants of various types of demonstrations (including “Manifas”, Black Protests) and other feminist mobilisations. The interviewees discuss topics that can be included in the perspective of socio-cultural learning within communities of rebellion and social dissatisfaction. It turns out that participation in rebel actions contributes to the production and perhaps intensification of feminist identity. The author describes these mechanisms and problematises the issue of identity politics according to the question of Judith Butler: Does feminism need identity politics?