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Without a doubt, one of the major disappointments of travelling in Morocco if you are not Muslim is not being allowed into its mosques.
Moroccans are extremely hospitable and very tolerant.
Though most people are religious, they are generally easy-going, and most young Moroccan women don’t wear a veil, though they may well wear a headscarf.
There is no doubt that, for women especially, travelling in Morocco is a very different experience from travelling in a Western country.
One of the reasons for this is that the separate roles of the sexes are much more defined than they are in the West, and sexual mores much stricter.
Elsewhere, if you are not a believer, you’ll have to be content with an occasional glimpse through open doors, and even in this you should be sensitive: people don’t seem to mind tourists peering into the Kairaouine Mosque in Fez (the country’s most important religious building), but in the country you should never approach a shrine too closely.
In villages and small towns, and even in the Medinas of large cities, many women still wear the veil and the street is strictly the man’s domain.
Most Moroccan men still expect to marry a virgin, and most women would never smoke a cigarette or drink in a bar, the general presumption being that only prostitutes do such things.
It should be said, however, that such ideas are gradually disappearing among the urban youth, and you will nowadays find some Moroccan women drinking in the more sophisticated bars, and even more often in cafés, which were, until quite recently, an all-male preserve.
In the Villes Nouvelles of large cities, and especially in the Casa–Rabat–El Jadida area, and in Marrakesh, you’ll see most women without a veil or even a headscarf.In part this is to do with Moroccan men’s misunderstanding of Western culture and sexual attitudes, and the fact that some think they can get away with taking liberties with tourists that no Moroccan woman would tolerate.