Religious Activist Puts Up Gay Pride Festivus Poles At State Capitals
A Florida man used the made-up holiday of Festivus to make a point about the separation of church and state by putting up "gay pride Festivus poles."By Grant Suneson | December 23, 2015
Wreaths and decorations are everywhere during the holiday season, but one Florida man is trying to introduce a new kind of decoration to state capitals all across the country.
Chaz Stevens and his group, The Humanity Fund, are attempting to decorate as many government buildings as they can with what they describe as a gay pride Festivus pole.
The poles are six-and-a-half-feet tall, draped in a pride flag with an 8-inch disco ball on top.