Should LGBT travellers visit countries where homosexuality is illegal? Rob and Peter debate this question and others as they delve into the ethics of gay travel on the Out Adventures Gay Travel Podcast. Continue reading “Unpacking Ethical Travel”
Out Adventures loves to bring you the most diverse gay tours on Earth, and we’ve done so for nearly ten years. But some journeys bring travellers to nations less gay-welcoming than others.
When we tweeted about our Morocco Souks and Sand adventure, one follower replied, “Morocco? With serious anti-LGBTQ laws? Are you kidding me?”
On Facebook, another user asked, “Why would you go to a place…where you are against the law? Out Adventures should be ashamed promoting this…locals are sent to prison,” then went on to list the government’s anti-LGBT legislation.
A boycott may seem obvious, with homosexuality still illegal in 74 countries, but it may only hurt the people you’re rallying behind.
Consider these five questions to decide whether any land is worth a visit.