This chapter provides a description of everyday politics in Rojava. It outlines the Kurdish freedom movement's critical definition of the state through its ideological discourses and organizational practices. The chapter explores the historical relationship of Rojava to the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK). It also outlines the PKK's ideological stance vis-a-vis politics and the state. The chapter also explores the ways in which the anti-statist paradigm is reflected in the political practice of everyday life in Rojava. Political literacy is a self-defense mechanism against the state and authority. The chapter explains how education was one of the first and most important activities of the PKK in Rojava. Among the women who joined the PKK from Rojava is Zaxo Zagros, member of the executive board of the KCK, based in the Qandil Mountains. The Kurdistan women's revolution created a very active woman in all fields of life, in politics, in the streets.