Elisa Coll

Elisa is a Madrid native. In June 2014, she finished college and, discouraged and with no idea about what to do with her life, she decided to hit the road. She spent summer working in crappy, underpaid jobs, and by the end of the season the money she counted on was ridiculous. But she had already made her choice. So she left Spain and traveled across the United States for three months by herself, from Maine to New Orleans, jumping from house to house, from car to car -- only carrying her backpack, her camera and her ukulele. Given her country's disastrous economic situation, she thought she was temporally leaving the protests, the activism and the revolution back at home. She couldn't have been more wrong; so she founded the blog 'Revolution on the Road' .

The 5 statements and questions that motivate me most as a feminist

5 things we should all remember about Fidel castro’s impact on Cuba

8 difficulties of being an activist traveler

Everything you’ll hear if you’re a solo female traveler and some useful responses

I talked to an ex-prostitute in Amsterdam and everyone should hear what she had to say

This homeless guy’s sign exposes everything that’s wrong about men’s expectations of sex.

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