These countries include the likes of France, Morocco, Iran and the United States. This means that if you visit such countries and spend money, you are not really supporting the governments that allow and in some cases abet discrimination, but then again you kind of are.
We don’t know the ins and outs of the laws of some of those older countries like Morocco, but we do know that in the good old U.S.A. there is discrimination in the form of marriage laws. Gay marriage is not the answer, because marriage is itself an antediluvian institution worthy of the devil. Therefore the most sure-fire way to end discrimination against homosexuals in the U.S. (and perhaps the rest of the world would follow) is not my allowing gays to marry, but by banning marriage altogether. After all, it has precious little to do with “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”
With marriage banned, divorce attorneys will go on the dole, gays can revert to the pagan ways preferred by the gods, heterosexuals can go on breeding as they normally do, and ridiculous bridal magazines will finally go out of business, leaving forests around the world breathing free.
Then, let the travelling begin.