Christian conservative Janet Porter of Faith 2 Action has joined the boycott of Target over its recent endorsement of gay marriage.

Last week, the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), the nation's most vociferous opponent of marriage equality, responded to Target's endorsement by launching a boycott. NOM has previously launched boycotts against Starbucks, General Mills and, most recently, JP Morgan Chase.

(Related: NOM launches JP Morgan Chase boycott over gay ally survey.)

The Minnesota-based Target announced last week that it has signed on to an amicus brief in support of plaintiffs challenging marriage bans in Wisconsin and Indiana.

The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago will hear oral arguments in Baskin v. Bogan (Indiana) and Wolf v. Walker (Wisconsin) later this month.

“Target takes aim at natural marriage,” Porter told her radio listeners. “They are using your hard-earned shopping dollars to stand for counterfeit marriage.

“I called Target to let them know I won't be shopping there anymore until they reverse their policy on the corruption of marriage, and you can too.”

“Stand for marriage by boycotting Target,” she added.

Porter recently launched ReaganBook, the social media alternative for conservatives.