The ACLU announced its assistance today to blogger Justin Watt, who received a cease-and-desist letter this month after Exodus became aware of his parody of an exgay billboard.

SAN FRANCISCO — Citing First Amendment protection for parodies, the American Civil Liberties Union today came to the defense of a California man who received a cease-and-desist letter after posting a parody of a billboard advertisement for so-called “reparative therapy” on his website.

Justin Watt talks more about the case, and support that he is receiving from a San Francisco law firm, on his web site today.

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