At the very least, Provincetown, San Francisco, and Vermont, Karachi is not.
Gay rights don't exist there, being openly gay is still looked down upon, gay relationships are hard to come by, and Karachi pretty much fails on every metric of gay life except for one: man-on-man sex. Like any other country in the world (despite Iran's claims to the contrary), Pakistan has a homosexual population.
"[S]ome say the country is a great place to be gay — even describing the port city of Karachi as 'a gay man's paradise," Azhar writes. We're not entirely convinced, especially since homosexual activity there is illegal and punishable by a prison sentence.When it comes to sporting activities, Karachi offers you plenty of options.The city has number of cricket clubs that offer coaching sessions and arrange matches on a regular basis.While prostitution is itself a problem, ignorance of such taboos is a bigger problem.Since a few years, Khayaban-e-Shujaat in DHA, Phase 5, Karachi has gained a notorious reputation of being the hub of prostitution.