Chaz Stevens is at it again, doing what he does best: shaking up the establishment to further everyones civil rights.
Stevens, who doesn't sugar coat his words and disdains injustice, holds truth to power.
In December of 2013, Stevens thought that the religious displays prominently showcased in the Florida State Capitol suggested that certain religious viewpoints had state endorsement. To protest this violation of everyone's rights, Stevens erected a Festivus Pole next to the manger.
His protest was an international sensation during the holiday season, with segments airing on The Colbert Report, Daily Show, Fox News, with stories in hundreds of media outlets.
This year, Stevens intends to erect Festivus poles, wrapped in the rainbow colors of gay pride, in state capitals nationwide.
He also created The Humanity Fund, an advocacy organization dedicated to protecting and promoting freedom of speech and religion, especially the separation of Church and State. The Humanity Fund believes in equal rights for all, with a focus on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights.
Last week, The Humanity Fund launched its 2015 Gay Pride Festivus Pole Generosity Fund, with donations supporting various LGBT youth organizations.