Morocco gay guide
This sounds more dangerous than it really is. According to Moroccan law, homosexual acts are illegal and will be punished severely. Near Rabat, for example, two young Moroccans were sentenced to four months imprisonment each in because of homosexual contacts. Strongly influenced by religion and patriarchal structures, Moroccan society is characterized by traditional values, and is, thus, rather homophobic. In apparent contrast to this are the many men who are holding hands while walking through parks or the medina.
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Go Gay Marrakech Nestled in the foothills of the snow capped Atlas Mountains, bustling Marrakech is a welcome step back in time, embracing and expounding upon its North African identity. It hosts the largest traditional Berber market souk in Morocco, and Jemaa el-Fnaa is the busiest square in all of Africa. The newer, more trendy and more gay friendly neighborhood of Gueliz is found to the northwest of Medina. A French Protectorate around a hundred years ago, Morocco is still quite popular with French travelers and there are several French celebrities who own property in the Marrakesh area today. The city has also been the filming location for several Hollywood features, most recently The Mummy and Sex and The City 2.
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How seriously this law should also be taken by foreigners was illustrated by an event in A gay Briton was sentenced to a prison term of four months, but released after protests by the British government. A constitutional reform elaborated subsequently promises freedom of opinion and social equality for women, amongst other aspects.
Tips for Gay and Lesbian Travelers in Morocco advertisement Homosexuality is considered relatively common, though rarely acknowledged, amongst Moroccan men. Even though illegal and punishable with imprisonment, the lack of everyday integration between the sexes has lent itself to a general and subtle tolerance toward male effeminate behavior. Platonic affection between Moroccan males -- such as holding hands, which is a sign of friendship and respect -- is freely shown, and some of the Berber tribes the Atlas Chleuh, for example are known as particularly tolerant toward homosexual behavior.
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