Autorem artykułu jest Gildo Seisdedos.
The title of this article makes reference to the interesting exhibition “Spain [f] we, the cities” sponsored by the Ministry of Housing and presented in the Venice Biennial of Architecture 2006. Cities are of the female gender and this stereotype is used in the present article to account for the uprising of a new mood among citizens which demands novel urban policies. A point of inflexion which is being disconcertingly perceived by urban managers and that is temporally situated in the past autumn. A change of dimensions still to be defined and of which this article intends to be a first approaching attempt. A revolution in which the transition from a male way of thinking to a female way of thinking, from the ethics of justice to the ethics of care can be a useful paradigm for its conceptualisation and for taking the first steps towards the most efficient way to approach it.