Po rumoh is a term that contains a very strong culture and responsibility in Acehnese society. This term is pinned to a married woman to take care of her house. This term was treated differently by several housewives in Blang Lancang Village because this term prevented women from pursuing a career after they got married. This study aims to see how the concept of gender development towards the term Po rumoh in Blang Lancang Village. The research method used is a qualitative method with a fenomenology approach. This study uses data collection techniques, namely observation, interviews and documentation. The results showed that along with the development of time and the fulfillment of increasing needs, some housewives in Blang Lancang Village chose to work outside the home. For housewives who work outside the home, po rumoh is her responsibility in the family. This is solely to support the family economy. In contrast to housewives who work at home, they argue that the term po rumoh is not just a responsibility but a symbol that women should not be far from home. For housewives who do not work, po rumoh is not only a responsibility but is the same job as work outside the home. In fact, according to them, their work at home is a noble job where they can fully focus on the affairs of children and parents.
Keywords: Position, Patriarchy, Work, Perception, Po rumoh,