Out actress Ellen Page says her LGBT travel show isn't typical travel show fare.

Gaycation, which stars Page and best friend Ian Daniel, premiered Monday on Viceland.

(Related: Ellen Page's Gaycation premieres first on YouTube.)

In an interview with Slate, Page explains that a large part of the show is talking to “those who don't like us.”

“A huge part of the show is talking to those who don’t like us, or are fine with us but don’t want us to get married, or want us to be dead, or think we have a disorder – different levels of hatred and fear and what have you,” Page said. “It’s a huge part of the show because we want to give a face to that, to what’s potentially inflicting the violence, to what’s preventing equality. A lot of those people are just a symptom of an issue. There is a core issue, and it manifests in this. Why is that? Really that’s what we’re trying to ask. We try to go in with an open heart and an open mind to figure it out. Because, yes, there are often times where you just want to be, like, why do you give a shit? Why do you give a shit if that guy wants to kiss that guy? Why do you give a shit if that person was born in the wrong body and is a trans woman? What is your problem?”

“We're not on a vacation,” added Daniel. “We want to go and see what's going on, and then there are parts where, on some level, we do act as tourists. Like, what is the tourist experience, what is the reality of that?”