"[Watching Not a Love Story: A Film about Pornography in 1981] you saw [Bonnie Sherr] Klein and [Lindalee] Tracey shaken by what they saw but audiences, especially women, were also sharing that experience. They came in with one idea about pornography but once they saw the violence they became understandably upset. For some, that meant rethinking their politics."
-- Susan G. Cole
Sullivan, Rebecca. Bonnie Sherr Klein's Not a Love Story. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014. (p. 91)