Get your Thelma & Louise on, but without (spoiler alert) the cliff-dive ending: summer is prime time for some road-tripping. And whether you're armed with a driving license, a passport or a bus ticket, there are several destinations, both worldwide and close to home, where you can make some truly spectacular feminist road trips. Some of these itineraries will bring you on pilgrimages to honor previous generations of activists, while others pay homage to the here and now. But whichever way you choose to go, there's a feminist destination at the end of the road.
Road trips can be an act of solidarity with other women; that's the idea behind projects like GirlDrive, and many women who bused or carpooled to the Women's Marches in 2017 and 2018 will have experienced the joy of coming together to travel for women's rights. Even if you just gather some like-minded mates it's still a statement of political sisterhood. But it's also OK to set out alone and revel in your power and freedom as a grown-ass woman traveling solo. So get your gas tank filled, update your passport, and download a map that works even without data; you're about to go on the feminist road trip of your dreams.