They are the first choice for those seeking an authentic experience in style. Many of these classy town houses are in the possession of Europeans, and a lot of these once-neglected buildings have been refurbished in the traditional style by their new owners. Today, many riads are luxurious guest houses where European elegance meets Moroccan handicraft.
In Morocco, body contact, intimacy, and caresses take place not in the public sphere, but in private. Thus, homosexuals are not treated differently from heterosexuals.
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The gay night life can be best experienced in one of the clubs mentioned above, but it is advisable to keep a keen mind even there: It is not unlikely that the young man showering you with compliments is a prostitute, and the police are rather strict in their effort to contain prostitution, especially as it is gradually increasing in Morocco. If you get closer to one of the natives, remember to be discreet and keep the Moroccan law in mind! Recently, Uganda, Burundi, Nigeria, sharpened the laws against gays.
While we have our gay marriages in public, in or safe Europe, or in the US yes, I had one, too , we increase the hardship for our brothers and sisters in Africa and islamic countries. Our rights, displayed publicly, our gay pride parades, have caused outrage in traditional communities, and the ruin of many discretely living African gay couples.
While we proudly hold hands in countries whose customs we hardly know, we cause police crackdowns on our gay brothers. African brothers, we have gone too quickly, we made yor life miserable, we turned your freedom into a nighmare, please accept my apologies for causing so much grief in your lives. Enjoy your freedom and live your life. We can never enjoy it ourselves, but speaking for me at least, it makes me very happy that gay people around the world are able to live without the constant stress and fear.
Sending love whoever you are, wherever you are. A gay moroccan. Open homosexuality in the west is not to blame for the continued and sometimes increased oppression of gays globally. Please do not make excuses for the perpetrators of oppression. They only have their own violent mentalities to blame for the crimes they comit against humanity and liberty.
Hiding in the shadows is what causes problems. Being open, allowing people to know openly gay people is the way to make progress. Open the closet doors and join the world. Le Diamant Noir has closed. Avenue Mohammed has guys cruising up and down by McDonald Gueliz Park over the road from Macdonald has cruising guys bare left as you walk around the park some not to nice toilets got cruised by rent boys DH for a quickie apparently..
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It also cools off very early in the afternoon. Yes, you will see a lot of Moroccan "gays" but be very careful as many of them are looking for their own version of a "sugar daddy.
What we're probably going to do is to fly to Marrakesh, spend a couple of days exploring the city and then head for the coast for some sunbathing provided weather's hot enough! We're on a bit of a budget, so nowhere fancy. And what's the best way of getting from Marrakesh to Agadir? Finally anyone know of a good resort on the coast with a nice beach, or is Agadir the place to go? Hello guys.
How was your holiday last month? Let us know how you got on. We got on really well thanks. Flew into a warm well, compared to -3C in London Marrakech on New Year's Eve and immediately got a bus to the Djemaa el-Fna the main central square - what a culture shock! It amazes me that just a couple of hours from the UK you can be in such a different world.
We got to the hotel Hotel Chellah , in the southern souqs - it's in the Lonely Planet I'd booked but they claimed on our arrival they had no record of our booking! It was a pretty dim, budgety place and my hunch was that they'd had a load of walk-ins that morning and decided to take them instead!
Luckily for us a tout soon spotted us and lead us to a gorgeous riad tucked down a maze of alleys - Riad Mounia - run by a wonderful retired professor of History from Tours we just referred to her as "madame". It was a little out of our price range Dhs per night but we treated ourselves as it really was wonderful and we were won over by Madame's elegant style and her impeccably polite French!
Spent two nights in Marrakech mostly within the Medina by day and on the Djemaa at night. We then abandoned our plans to explore the mountains as Madame assured us it would be freezing, and instead took a bus to Agadir - partly because my Grandma was born and brought up there. It was a bit disappointing really; an ugly resort town devoid of any character, with just the occasional silent German couple eating limp-looking schnitzels in 80's looking restaurants festooned with neon!
We basically did a day there and then decided to head from the hills, to Tafaroute, but we couldn't find any bus or grand taxi to take us there, despite the useless Lonely Planet's assurance that there were loads! It was a blessing in disguise actually, as we ended up in Mirleft - a small coastal village with a slightly hippy air south of Agadir - which was absolutely stunning; great food, scenery and gorgeous sunny weather. Spent a whole day on the beach just getting some vitamin D into our systems!
Regarding the gay issue - no problems at all, though you'd probably have assumed we were just mates travelling together, as we avoided all PDAs! Madame gave us twin beds, but other places we stayed at just gave us doubles without asking! Hope this is interesting to others thinking of heading to Morocco. Can't stress enough what a fantastic time we had! I wish more people who ask us questions on here would come back as you did and post their trip report. It's great to see that you had a good trip.
I like Mirleft too. In the summer Yes I can definately recommend Mirleft - absolutely stunning. In summer I can imagine it can be ferociously hot! Definatly going to return to Morocco one day - maybe do the north like Fez and the Rif Mountains. Couple of questions Also what about gay-firendly bars or clubs? Also, any suggestions for Tangier? Right regarding Hammams, me and my bf got the handyman at our riad to take us to a locals' one in the medina old town. It was totally unmarked and you'd have to ask locals to show you where it was.