The Handmaid`s Tale visualizes the relationship between female sexuality and power structure in the present society, transforming it into the future tense in the SF novel. Criticizing the antifeminist messages by the New Right Fundamentalist in the 1980s America, Margaret Atwood, a famous Canadian woman writer, pictures in frightening detail just what might follow: the official enslavement of women, their transformation to mere biological function, to be silent as exchangeable and disposable commodities. Mainly dealing with the Handmaid`s work as a sexual slavery, this article shows how the patriarchal political regime officially allows the male possession of female sexuality, especially female fertility stamped as male property in a female body. The naming of the Handmaid is one of the good examples. In the Republic of Gilead, an imaginary theocracy established in the United States, the Handmaid is not existing as a human being but only as a womb, a biological sexual organ, forced to forget her self as an individual. This is the central motif of Atwood`s writing in The Handmaid`s Tale, where she illustrates the destruction of female identity under a master`s ownership.