It's not only the biggest prides that have their own pride anthem, even Swedish Växjö Pride has their own this year and it called "Simple Way of Love", written and sung by Linn Jans.
Last Monday, Sweden had their annually QX Gaygalan 2016 in Stockholm and Eurovision winner Måns Zelmerlöw performed and won the title - song of the year with his Hero.
Swedish QX magazine celebrated 20th anniversary in the beginning of October and the Swedish YouTube channel GayTV was there to report.
Kalmar got a pedestrian crosswalk in rainbow colours in the beginning of September, during the Pride Festival in the city. Now another Swedish city, Växjö, wants to do the same.
Most of them votes on Feminist Initiative (FI). The majority are women. Almost half are heterosexual. So are the representation in the Pride Parade, writes Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet. New research shows who really runs the Pride Parade.
National Day of Sweden is a national holiday observed in Sweden on 6 June every year.
With just a week left until the ski resort Åre turns in to the colours of a rainbow the whole village are preparing for the biggest winter reinvention event this season. Last time Åre organised a similar event was 2002 when the Scandinavian Gay Days where up and running.
Pressbyrån in Örebro, next week becomes "Bögbyrån"
The Stockholm Pride Festival is kicking off today in Sweden. To celebrate the occasion, a Swedish retailer is auctioning off a special PS4 called the “GayStation Edition”.
During the Sweden Democrats'(Sverigedemokraterna) day at the political week in Almedalen, RFSL Gotland chose to arrange a Diversity Parade which includes several parties, Save the Children and the Association for Gaypolice joined.
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