I have been boycotting the airlines for a number of years. I used to fly once or twice a year prior to this, but currently, unless I am required to for business, I have no plans to ever get on a commercial aircraft again until the gropings and nude-o-scope screening stops. This is a big country to have to drive our way around in, but least my 4th Amendment rights are only bruised up a bit on the highways, instead of being beat to a pulp and crapped on like they are with the TSA.
Volokh points to a position paper by the Consumer Travel Alliance. Personally, I’d rather just get rid of TSA, and go back to airport security being privately run (9/11, after all, was not an airport security failure), but if the powers that be won’t possibly consider that, I’d find most of the CTA positions strong enough that I’d stop boycotting commercial air travel.