GOTHENBURG. Before the Drag- and Burlesque Gala!läs mer
GOTHENBURG. In a small room at Artisten, Simon Thörn and Pontus Beskow-Borf from UNF (Sober Youths Association) held a discussion about the relationship between alcohol and LGBTQ.läs mer
GOTHENBURG. “Do you have to live without sex because you’re in a wheelchair, or have another disability?” The answer is of course no, but you might have to depend on help from others.läs mer
GOTHENBURG. Today there are many different categories of ballroom in which participants compete. Ballroom isn’t just a hobby – it’s a lifestyle.läs mer
GOTHENBURG. Anna-Maria has traveled around France, the Netherlands, Russia, Israel and Palestine and met nationalistic gay men, researchers and queer activists for their latest book ”Homonationalism”.läs mer
GOTHENBURG.What’s the next step after a consent law? Fatta! organised a workshop about how to build a consent culture.läs mer
GOTHENBURG. With her darkly twisted and melodic pop, on electric guitar and song, she delivers stories of hope, love and the fight to stay alive.läs mer
GOTHENBURG. Something that’s not on our tv-screens however, is drag the other way around, Drag Kings.läs mer
GOTHENBURG. Even before Mashrou’ Leila enter the stage you can hear the crowd cheering, and when singer Hamed Sinno walks on, dressed in a simple black t-shirt, silver shorts, tights and sneakers we are all screaming.läs mer
GOTHENBURG. ”Proud trams” is Västtrafik’s tribute to EuroPride. A rolling art manifestation where artists have painted six trams in the colours of the rainbow.läs mer
GOTHENBURG. “Feel some anger. If anger does not strengthen you, try fear. If that does not work, try panic. YELL IT OUT!”läs mer
GOTHENBURG. Finn Hellman provided a historical flashback to Swedens musical treasures with LGBT themes up until 1980.läs mer
We start off in Stockholm: The Swedish capital witch is famous for its closeness to nature, booming tech-scene, gender-fluid fashion, colorful LGBT community and the Nobel prize. And of course, the EuroPride Park, EuroPride House and EuroPride Parade.
Att around Stockholm there will be pride hubs and pop ups where EuroPride visitors can meet and take part of different events. Last year there were over 600 programs items – events at Pride House, Pride Park, museums, clubs, lgbt organisations, etc.
We expect there will be more events and activities this summer all over the city including sports, activities for families and Stockholm sights. Read more about EuroPride 2018 Stockholm here.
In Stockholm EuroPride will be hosted by Stockholm Pride, the largest pridefestival in Scandinavia. More information about Stockholm Pride will be found here.
Gothenburg is famous for turning into a rainbow city during Pride week. All around the city there will be Pride hubs and pop ups where EuroPride visitors can meet and take part of different events. The program so far will be found here. In Gothenburg everything is free.
EuroPride in Gothenburg will take place at the same time as The Gothenburg Culture Festival – Kulturkalaset, the biggest culture event in Scandinavia with around 1 300 events and 1.5 million visits all over the city. So, in Gothenburg during EuroPride you will have a busy week! Read more about EuroPride 2018 Gothenburg here.
EuroPride 2018 in Gothenburg will be hosted by West Pride, Swedens second largest pridefestival. More information about West Pride can be found here.
The Voice of Change
In over 60 countries in the world, changing your gender is illegal. Which makes being who you are a crime.
To raise awareness for transgender rights, we recorded an important message with the help of Alex. A transgender person in transition from female to male.
The Voice of Change is a transgender person’s journey to becoming the person he was meant to be, and a message that gives a voice to transgender people all over the world. Read more about the campagin here.
Welcome to EuroPride 2018 in Stockholm and Gothenburg this summer.
Whoever you are.