That’s unfortunate and just plain wrong.
On Airbnb, I’d think the ‘default’ is that all hosts are friendly/open to everyone irrespective of their sexual orientation. And if some host has a problem with that (I remember this discussed on another thread) then they have to make that known.
Refusing the room once the reservation is accepted and the guests have arrived would be a breach.
Maybe on my listing I’ll write ‘Friendly friendly’ - friendly to everyone who’s friendly to me!
Very good point. This makes me think of adding to my listing a section on the gay neighbourhood and nightlife in my city, rather than ‘gay-friendly’ because like I hinted above, for me that’s the default. So this is the middle way between mention and no mention.