Author: Rainbow Riots

The international activist organisation and artist collective Rainbow Riots will be performing LIVE at EuroPride in Gothenburg on Thursday! Rainbow Riots' founder, songwriter and music producer Petter Wallenberg (Sweden) will be joined onstage by rapper Mista Majah P (Jamaica), singer Brayo Bryans (Uganda), and singer and...

Sara Moein visits a bondage for beginners workshop in Berlin and explores queer bondage at a suspension session. To close friends Ciara and Rui, bondage is something much deeper than just being tied up. The episode ends with "We Need Love" by Rainbow Riots. Created...

Out today: Rainbow Riots Radio - Episode 6: Queer bondage in Berlin Sara Moein visits a bondage for beginners workshop in Berlin and explores queer bondage at a suspension session. To close friends Ciara and Rui, bondage is something much deeper than just being tied up. The...

Tonight Rainbow Riots are hosting an event at restaurant Vassa Eggen in Stockholm. At the event you will be able to bid on art pieces made by the Rainbow Riots team in Uganda. You can also book a dinner and drink cocktails. All proceeds go...

From top left: Art pieces # 1, 2,3 & 4                         Support LGBT people in Uganda by buying art! The exclusive limited edition Rainbow Riots art exhibition is up! All the art is created by us in collaboration with the LGBT community in Uganda. You can be the owner...

Exclusively during EuroPride week until Saturday 4th you can book a special dinner menu at restaurant Vassa Eggen in Stockholm, where % 20 of the proceeds go towards Rainbow Riots work helping LGBT people in Uganda! Celebrate Pride and take a stand for equality and love! Book...

Here is the subtitled version of the latest episode of our podcast Rainbow Riots Radio! In this episode our founder Petter Wallenberg interviews and makes music with Africa's first openly gay reverend Jide Macauley! [vc_video link=' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xK1mbx6Rl4c']...

Out today: The latest episode of our podcast: Rainbow Riots Radio - Episode 5: Africa's first openly gay reverend Rainbow Riots' founder Petter Wallenberg meets Nigerian Jide Macauley, Africa's first openly gay reverend. Jide explains how he, in spite of death threats, believes being a gay Christian means that...

Rainbow Riots’ founder Petter Wallenberg meets Nigerian Jide Macauley, Africa's first openly gay reverend. Jide explains how he, in spite of death threats, believes being a gay Christian means that ”God Adores You". The episode ends with Wallenberg's and Macauley's musical collaboration based on Jide's...