Chaz’s New Festivus Pole Has A Gay Pride Theme





Activist blogger Chaz Stevens’ Festivus poll in the state Capitol next month will have a gay theme.

In previous years, Stevens put a simple stack of 16 Pabst Blue Ribbon cans to poke fun at the religious symbols adorning the Capitol. Stevens is an outspoken atheist.

The Festivus pole was introduced as a joke on the Seinfeld TV show.

This year, Stevens will wrap his beer cans in gay pride colors. Topping the pole will be a crystal disco ball.





Readers of Stevens’ My Acts of Sedition blog might think the blogger is a wild man. That’s because the blog features pictures of office holders with penises draw on their faces and a generous sprinkling of the word “fuck”.

But Stevens  — who exposes government waste and wrong doing on his website — isn’t who you think he is.

Check him out below calmly discussing his latest gay pride festivus pole.  There isn’t one curse word on the video.




23 Responses to “Chaz’s New Festivus Pole Has A Gay Pride Theme”

  1. OMG says:

    He’s actually human! 🙂 So very happy about that. Go Chaz!

  2. Sam The Sham says:

    Isn’t that special? Not that there is anything wrong with that.

  3. rightwing says:

    chaz will be happy to know that God loves him and forgives him.

  4. Chaz Stevens, Satanic Atheist says:

    Your God Of the Day forgives me?

    That’s the absolute hubris and silliness of believing in a higher power.

    1. You assume I need forgiveness
    2. You believe that I’m doing something that requires forgiveness
    3. Forgiveness is something that make believe friend in your head is able to bestoy on me.

    Now, why don’t you get off your ass and make a contribution … so that your money can help kids who are here, in the real world, struggling with bullying.

    Look at it this way.

    At least with my project, unlike the Catholic Church, raping won’t part of our agenda.

    See, since the US Catholic Church paid out $3.9B (that’s billion) since 1950 to settle sexual predator claims, the measly couple dollars you’ll toss our way will be better spent.

    Oh, and have a happy Festivus.

  5. crackin` da porcelain says:

    @#1 you call that human?

  6. Kevin Hill says:

    “Money for People…..”

  7. Count LF Chodkiewicz Chudzikiewicz says:

    I am unaware that the Supreme Being
    Sent a letter, e-mail, twit or any other communication appointing anyone to represent him including Ring Wing – especially as the Christian Right is neither right or christian n if living in Bethlehem would want to deport Joseph n Mary as illegal immigrants! The sad truth is that Mr Stevens seem to be more “christian” than the Tea Party version of Christianity.

  8. Curious says:

    Is this Chaz’s way of coming out? With the gay pole and all…

  9. Chaz Stevens, MAOS says:

    Certainly not human, but I’m on Broadway!

    It was really only a matter of time. *

    A few weeks ago, Danielle Chu, a wonderful young lady calling on behalf of The Civilians, a NYC-based investigative theater production group, fired an email our way, wondering if we’d be interested in offering “a personal, irreverent, and interesting take on how you understand the holiday season and the month of December that our audience would enjoy hearing about.”

    Chu’s organization, The Civilians, is an “artist-led company, creating and producing new theater and pursues our artistic mission through programs serving artists and the public. The company’s work is grounded in investigative theater, an artistic practice rooted in the process of creative inquiry.”

    You see friends, for one day this glorious winter, December 8th, 2015 to be exact, the Beer Can Festivus Pole’s story will come to life at Joe’s Pub.

  10. A reader says:

    As I read the comments, I notice 2 out of 9 are from Stevens. The longest 2 comments are from Stevens.

    Stevens is showing signs of being a prickly, self-aggrandizing narcissist.

    God bless!

  11. Chaz Stevens, MAOS says:

    Do you have to be a dog to support animal rights? Do you need to own a vagina to support Women’s Rights?

    If I was gay or not, does that really matter one fucking bit to your life?

    Who cares who I bang, love, or marry? That’s my business, and not a bit of your concern.

  12. Disclaimer warranted! says:


    After clicking on the video link on this article and watching the video, I was going to make a donation to Chaz’s Humanity Fund until I did my research.

    In the past, I have made a donation to MAOS to help offset the cost of public records requests. I did receive a nice e-mail thanking me for the donation. Then, I noticed that Chaz Stevens has never disclosed how much money was donated to him on MAOS or provided to those who donated to him a breakdown on how the monies donated was spent. Fooled me once.

    The way your article is written and how the heavily edited video portrays Chaz’s newest endeavor gives the appearance of being a charitable cause celeb, with a social message of Separation of Church and State (just in time for charitable viewers to consider a donation this holiday season)(IRONIC) Fact is : The Humanity Fund is not a registered charity within the State of Florida or has Federal status as one. Monies collected appears under full control of a single individual without any public accountability (or viewable expense report) on how collected funds will be spent.

    Could you please post a disclaimer about Chaz’s “The Humanity Fund” as funding an individual (not a charity) who will not publicly disclose or will be held accountable on how the monies collected is spent?

  13. Chaz Stevens, MAOS says:

    Fool you once? Really?

    Do you really want a breakdown? How about this?

    Last year, donations to MAOS didn’t cover a single month’s worth of hosting.

    So yes, I’m getting rich off those pennies you sent in for a public record request.

    For the record, as I have stated on the record, we’re going to donate 80-90% of what we’ve collected.

    A princely $435 to date.

    Stupid cheap fuck, drop me a note, and I’ll gladly refund the few dollars you sent me way … I’ll even include interest — as you seemed miffed.

    PS Ever consider the labor costs, legal fees, etc running a blog?

    In summation, blow me your cheap bastard.

  14. Chaz Stevens, MAOS says:

    One other note … we sold the 2013 Festivus Pole on eBay and donated that money collected ($457) to Women in Distress.

    We thought of taking a trip to Fiji, but thought, oh what the hell, let’s just give it all away.

  15. Walter Mitty says:

    why not just register your 501 c-3 with the state of Florida and make it all legit? After all, you have a lawyer.

    For a guy that prides himself on digging in with research, and exposing corruption, you ‘re amazingly opaque.

  16. Count LF Chodkiewicz Chudzikiewicz says:

    I guy spends time n money on a blog n various “crusades” which are probably meant well whether you agree with him or not n we want him to register as a charity over less than 500 dollars! I mean talk about OVER REACHING GOVERNMENT! And the guy who started this ruckus – yeh you did this “checking” not to undercut Mr Stevens – who at least doesnt post with fake names- but to be Careful” over what – 20 bucks? Dont tell me – you are a lobbyist or political consultant who worked for the Chaits or Poitier?

  17. DaVinci says:

    Count, don’t kid yourself.
    His crusades are only an excuse to feed his ego thru the publicity.

  18. (Not Real) Adam Putnam says:

    Why do we want Chaz to register with the state? Um, maybe it’s because it is a third degree felony not to?

    “On January 1, 1992, the Florida Solicitation of Contributions Act went into effect. This law regulates solicitation of public contributions and requires full disclosure of certain information from persons soliciting contributions in Florida. ”

    “According to the Solicitation of Contributions Act, if you request it, the organization must advise you who to contact to obtain the information. The information must be provided to you within 14 days.
    Federal law also requires that a copy of the IRS tax return must be made available upon request.”

  19. Lt Dangle says:

    Is there a plagiarism lawsuit in the works by Larry David?

  20. JoeMamma says:

    I don’t care about registering as a non profit, but I do think a basic accounting of money should be published.

    money in, $spent, $given.

    Just like our president.

    be an open book, without hiding where the money goes.

  21. City Activist Robert Walsh says:

    So again we waste tax dollars so egg head here can drive in his point. Yes, religion belongs in church,, however relegious beliefs, being good to one another, helping your fellow man(except Chip Lamarca (dec 8), etc yes, belongs in gov’t. What Chaaaz here does he uses exploits a situation, to get his ten minutes of fame. me, I can’t tell you how many times I give these reporters tips, info that make the front page, while my name is never mentioned. Bottom line its about th e resident, the tax payer not some over inflated(and how)ego maniac. Listen to his comments etc. He is vulgar,nasty and most likey his ass stinks…

  22. Count LF Chodkiewicz Chudzikiewicz says:

    Not Real Adam Putnam, do you SERIOUSLY think a guy collects a few hundred dollars for a charity or charitable goal it should be registered ? Do you think any State Attorney or US Attorney would OR SHOULD run around looking at a bunch of guys giving someone money for a blog or Holiday Tree? If the three of us Jewish families pull 300 bucks for a Menorah n Hannukah Bush one of us should file as a Charity. Again Government Overreach !

  23. Chaz Stevens, Atheist says:


    An update …

    1. We were featured in an off-Broadway production
    2. We’re coast-to-coast, with poles going up in at least 8 state capitols.
    3. Arkansas sent a 4-page legal letter telling us to fuck off.

    We appeared on MTV, HuffPost Live, Advocate, Pink News, Sun-Sentinel, Seattle PI, Sunday Little Rock political talk show (TV), and lots of other media outlets.

    We’ve raised just a tad over $500, spent in excess of $7K this year, and well, we’re going to donate all that $500 to the It Gets Better Project.

    You’ll be able to follow all this detail on our upcoming Wikipedia page.

    Lastly, to those who suggested I needed to register with the State, you’ll be pleased to know (a) your reading of the Statute was incorrect, (b) according to the State (we called), since we are raising money personally, there’s no need to file.

    So nice try … but if you still think we’re breaking the law, feel free to file a complaint … expose your identity … please. Pretty please.

    To the individual who supposedly sent money our way for records request (lie), still waiting on an email so we can refund.

    In summation, suck it Walsh.