Author: Rainbow Riots

“While we enjoy days of celebrations during Pride parades this summer, we must remember that the fight far far from over for many LGBTQ people across the world.” Gay Times Magazine wrote about the launch of our podcast Rainbow Riots Radio. Read here:...

Our founder Petter Wallenberg has written a piece for British news site Gay Star News which is out now: “I’ve spent the last two years creating a new podcast called Rainbow Riots Radio, featuring queer stories from around the world. It’s both a web radio series and...

The second episode of our podcast is out today: Rainbow Riots Radio – Episode 2: The Jamaican reggae artist who risks his life for gay rights Rainbow Riots’ founder Petter Wallenberg meets Mista Majah P, a Jamaican rapper and reggae artist who has a bounty on...

Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter wrote about how Facebook stopped the ad for our new podcast Rainbow Riots Radio. Rainbow Riots’ founder Petter Wallenberg said: “We didn’t choose to be political, we just want to live our lives. We want love just like everyone else. It’s the...

Rainbow Riots founder Petter Wallenberg was interviewed by Swedish news Kulturnyheterna about our dispute with Facebook after they deemed our new podcast Rainbow Riots Radio “too political”. Check it out:...

Swedish News agency TT Spektra picked up the news about our new podcast Rainbow Riots Radio and blasted the news out in papers all over Sweden.  Read the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet feature here:...

Our new podcast series Rainbow Riots Radio is now on Apple Podcasts! You can listen and subscribe to it for free. Every 2 weeks for the next 5 months there will be a new episode! Listen here:...

Rainbow Riots' founder Petter Wallenberg visits 73-year old Swedish gay historian and author Lars Fimmerstad who has lived through modern gay liberation. Through Lars's memories we travel on a journey through the sexual revolution to the Aids crisis of the 80's when he lost the...