This is par for the course. Gay rights activists attempting to punish any Trump business for Trump's stance:
Donald Trump's bluster may be raising the would-be GOP presidential candidate's poll numbers and ginning up ratings for his reality-TV show, but his remarks about same-sex marriage are already causing problems for his hotels and casinos.
The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation posted an online list of all Trump hospitality and entertainment properties, urging readers to "consider Trump's decision to stand against LGBT families when you're deciding whether to patronize" any of them.
And a spokeswoman for the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association, which has 2,200 travel industry-related members, told AOL News that it will discuss at its May board meeting whether to boot Trump's hotel-condos in New York and Las Vegas as members.
Already, many gay travel agents are directing customers elsewhere.