This article explores the production of problematization spaces at the intersections between gender and entrepreneurship in Spain based on two complementary analytical procedures. First, from a Bakhtinian perspective, the polyphony of the simultaneous voices concerning entrepreneurship of policy actors involved in entrepreneurship programs has been mapped. Second, the political axioms of entrepreneurship promotion policies that stem from the problematizations of women’s entrepreneurial shortcomings have been analyzed. A monologic discourse on entrepreneurship, as an identity interpellation project, performs the modes of governing gender inequality. This study demonstrates that in these battles to name, much of the conquest for the government of equality is at stake.