I think some folks are confused. This isn't a real commercial haunt...this isn't even a real business. She is an artist and this is a satirical art installation.....meaning she is using humor to make a point about gay rights. She chose to use a haunted house theme because gay rights are something that frightens some people. She doesn't charge admission. It's only open from 4-8pm. She wasn't at Transworld buying any props and I doubt she hired Distortions to make her any scary lesbian animatronics. Did you even look at the picture of the front façade to her show? Its a rainbow that says lesbians rule. It in no way even begins to look like a haunted anything. Do you really think any potential haunt customer would drive by and confuse this with an actual haunted attraction? This is just her way of making a statement about something that matters to her. I don't see how this affects haunt owners in any way.
By the way she covers more issues in her art installations that just gay rights. She has done projects on childhood abuse, fat phobia, racism, etc.