"The Great Pornography Debate" took place in the Chapel between frequent antagonists Al Goldstein, founder and publisher of Screw magazine, and Page Mellish, founder of Feminists Fighting Pornography.

 During the debate, Goldstein stated, “Clearly what I’m in favor of is the right for pornography to exist simply because a) it does no damage b) because it has a legitimate right to exist.”

 Mellish maintained that pornography was harmful to women, insisting, “they say it’s fantasy and yet it’s pictures of real women degraded, annihilated, violated, raped, humiliated, subjugated. Pictures of women in postures of submission and absolute access and availability for penetration.”     The Miscellany News