by Jennifer Falsetti
Wednesday, December 16th 2015
Oklahoma State Capitol. It’s being called “A Festivus Gay Pride Pole,” and it will be front and center in just a matter of days. “Seinfeld” fans know the “Festivus” holiday, it’s marked two days before Christmas on December 23rd. Now, a group from Florida is using the television holiday for a controversial cause.
Florida activist, Chaz Stevens is taking the idea from Seinfeld, and using an aluminum “Festivus” pole, jazzing it up, and displaying the poles at State Capitols around the nation. One, will be right here in Oklahoma City. The poles have a powerful message.
“We are an advocacy organization promoting the separation of church and state with a focus on LGBT rights,” says Stevens.
And, the pole will look as bold as it’s message.
About The Author
Archbishop Chaz Stevens, of Mount Jab Church, is an American entrepreneur, journalist, and well-known human rights and constitutional activist, focusing on the separation of church and state.
Stevens, a former Fortune 500 technology developer, is also CEO of ESAD Int'l, a global organization that provides emotional support animal-related services.
For nearly the last two decades, Stevens has been prominently featured on countess worldwide media outlets.