This work scrutinizes how feminine appearance toward feminization of poverty can be used to earn more and poverty has shaped into in a feminine character. Also shows that women;s adaptation with classic patriarchy reinforces her to control her daughter's agency where the discrimination is more than gender. It explores how intersection of age, patriarchal order and cultural experiences are creating an intra-class between mother and daughter. There are different gender-stereotypes which reinforces mother to control her daughter and dominate in various forms. That basically functioning when the mother is considering a judgment between daughter and son,which creating a division in her conventional mother's role, it can be term as gender motherhood where mother stimulates their daughter's agency practices as a tool of patriarchal agents. This study also divulges that mother's suffering in a poverty situation, makes herself to engage her daughter to perpetuate the same poverty image in terms of relative poverty that substantiates feminine identity through adopting chronic feminine poverty where motherhood can be questioned.