However, the Muslim idea of “modest dress” (such as would be acceptable in a mosque, for example) requires women to be covered from wrist to ankle, and men from over the shoulder to below the knee.In rural areas at least, it is a good idea to follow these codes, and definitely a bad idea for women to wear shorts or skirts above the knee, or for members of either sex to wear sleeveless T-shirts or very short shorts.Even ordinary T-shirts may be regarded as underwear, particularly in rural mountain areas.The best guide is to note how Moroccans dress locally.The idea of not having a wife and children is alien to many gay men.Morocco is a young country with 40% of the population under 25.Morocco is famous for the movie Casablanca (1942) starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.Casablanca is the biggest city in Morocco and this black-and-white movie made this city well-known in the world.
It is true that in cities Moroccan women wear short-sleeved tops and knee-length skirts (and may suffer more harassment as a result), and men may wear sleeveless T-shirts and above-the-knee shorts.
Only if a guy is passive would he be considered gay.
The concept of gay is a difficult one in Moroccan culture where family, marriage and having children are the focus of an individuals life.
In fact Agadir is very popular with gay Europeans who enjoy the year round sunshine, cheap cost of living and the abundance of handsome looking men.
It is not uncommon to see guys holding hands and dancing together in discos, this should not imply that they are even the slightest bit gay.