Al Goldstein

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Al Goldstein
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Born Alvin Goldstein
(1936-01-10)January 10, 1936
New York City, New York, United States
Died December 19, 2013(2013-12-19) (aged 77)
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Ethnicity Jewish[1]
Occupation Publisher
Spouse(s) Lonnie Leavitt (divorced: 1963–65)
Mary Phillips (1968–77; divorced)
Gena Goldstein (1978–91; divorced)
Patricia Flaherty (married 1994–99; divorced)[citation needed]
Christina Ava Maharaj (2004—2006; divorced)
Children Jordan Goldstein

Alvin "Al" Goldstein (January 10, 1936 – December 19, 2013) was an American pornographer. He was described as "a cartoonishly vituperative amalgam of borscht belt comic, free-range social critic and sex-obsessed loser who seemed to embody a moment in New York City’s cultural history: the sleaze and decay of Times Square in the 1960s and ‘70s."[2] Another writer called him "a hairy, sweaty, cigar-chomping, eczema-ridden fatso".[3] He claimed to have had 7,000 sexual partners.[4]


Goldstein was born in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. He attended Boys High. He served in the Army as a photographer (in the Signal Corps), captained the debate team at Pace College (for whose newspaper he interviewed Allen Ginsberg), and was a photojournalist, taking pictures of Jacqueline Kennedy on a 1962 state trip to Pakistan and spending several days in a Cuban jail for taking unauthorized photos of Fidel Castro’s brother, Raúl Castro.[5] He sold insurance; wrote freelance articles; ran a dime-pitch concession at the 1964-65 New York World's Fair; sold rugs, encyclopedias, and his own blood; drove a cab (he kept his hack [cab driver's] license active until his death); and landed a job as an industrial spy infiltrating a labor union, an experience that so appalled him he wrote an exposé about it for The New York Free Press, a radical weekly.[6][7]

Print publications


In November 1968 in New York, Al and his partner Jim Buckley, investing $175 each, founded SCREW, a weekly tabloid. It featured reviews of porn movies, peep shows, erotic massage parlors, brothels, escorts and other offerings of the adult entertainment industry. Such items were interspersed with sexual news, book reviews of sexual books, such as Anais Nin's Little Birds,[8] many hardcore, "gynecological" pictorials, including "Smut from the Past," and articles on fetishes and other sexual topics. There were also advertisements, some X-rated, for sex-related businesses, personal ads, the occasional interview,[9] and scathing editorials lambasting The Establishment, especially politicians.[10] SCREW also featured educational articles on such topics as "How to Fuck a Fatty",[11] "Bisexuality for Beginners,"[12] and "A SCREW Guide to Gonorrhea."[13] He regularly ran, without permission, photos and drawings of celebrities, such as Pat Nixon,[14] Jacqueline Kennedy naked (his most successful issue),[15] and a calendar with a drawing of Farrah Fawcett-Majors on the toilet.[16]

In its initial issue, of 12 pages, SCREW promised "never to ink out a pubic hair or chalk out an organ . . . We will apologize for nothing. We will uncover the entire world of sex."[2] According to an editorial in the first issue, it aimed to be the Consumer Reports of sex.[17] "SCREW grew from a combination of many factors, chief of which was my own dissatisfaction with the sex literature of 1968 and my yearning for a publication that reflected my sexual appetites," he wrote. "I may be making a lot of money, but I really believe I'm doing some good by demythologizing a lot about sexuality," he said in a Playboy Interview. It was described as "raunchy, obnoxious, usually disgusting and sometimes political."[18] The initial price was 25¢. At its peak, Screw sold 140,000 copies a week.[19][20]

Arrested 19 times on obscenity charges, he spent millions on First Amendment lawsuits, ultimately scoring a major victory when a federal judge dismissed an obscenity case in 1974. (Goldstein believed that the case began as a result of Screw's article, "Is J. Edgar Hoover a Fag?",[18][21] the first published comment on Hoover's sexuality.[22]) Venue-shopping prosecutors chose Wichita, Kansas, to prosecute Goldstein for obscenity;[23] when he was found not guilty, he flew the jury to New York to attend a party at the swing club Plato's Retreat.[24] His long-term attorney was Herald Price Fahringer.[7][25]

According to Will Sloan, "Goldstein was the first journalist to seriously review porn films. Had he not written a rave review of a low-budget film called Deep Throat (“I was never so moved by any theatrical performance since stuttering through my own bar mitzvah”), it would never have become a hit at New York’s World Theater, would never have been targeted by the vice squad, would never have spawned a First Amendment cause célèbre, and might not have led to the modern porn industry."[5]

Bitch Magazine

In the March 11, 1974, issue of Screw Goldstein ran an ad seeking subscribers to a new magazine, Bitch, which "brings women's sexuality out of the closet for the first time" and also "takes women out of politics and puts them back on their back where they belong." (Note: there have been several other magazines also called Bitch.)[26] The first issue "contain[ed] an explosive symposium about blowjobs by four women who talk about giving head and what they like and don't like about it". It also included an interview with actor James Caan, and a centerfold of a man shot by a female photographer.[27]

SMUT Magazine

In the same March 11, 1974, issue of Screw Goldstein also ran an ad seeking subscribers to SMUT, a magazine "so filthy that not only do you have to wash after every page, but every reader must disinfect after reading! SMUT is so dirty, so scummy, that once you have it on your hands you can't get it off!"[28] The magazine offered pornography in images and words, without the news articles found in SCREW.

National SCREW

In 1976-1977 National SCREW was published; the place of publication was given as Secaucus, New Jersey. The June 1977 issue of the magazine contained, according to its cover, a new story by William Burroughs and an interview with Allen Ginsberg.[29] It is known to have published five issues.[30]

Death Magazine

In 1979, Goldstein began Death magazine. It lasted four issues.[31] The February, 1980 issue had a picture of Elvis Presley on the cover, "Grim Reaper Awards," "Eulogy to a War Lover," "Death by Hanging," "Femme Fatales" and other articles.[32]


In 1979-1980 Goldstein's company, Milky Way Productions, published 54 issues of SCREW West out of an office in Hollywood, California. According to an advertisement, it was intended to answer such questions as, "Where can I get laid in San Francisco? What's the best swinger's club in Los Angeles? How do I find all those out-of-the-way Pacific Coast nude beaches? And what are those bawdy brothels outside Las Vegas really like?" It is known to have published 54 issues.[33]

Movies and television

It Happened in Hollywood (movie)

In 1973, "SCREW Magazine present[ed]" It Happened in Hollywood, a pornographic movie, produced by Goldstein's partner Jim Buckley. Goldstein played a character in the movie, and is also credited as "fourth unit director." Also appearing in the movie were Melissa Hall (lead), Harry Reems, Marc Stevens, and Jamie Gillis.[34] At the 2nd Annual New York Erotic Film Festival, it won awards for Best Picture, Best Female Performance, and Best Supporting Actor.[35]

Midnight Blue

In 1974 Goldstein began Screw Magazine of the Air, soon renamed Midnight Blue, a thrice weekly hour-long adult-oriented public access television program that ran for nearly 30 years on Manhattan Cable's Channel J; federal regulations regarding public access to cable TV systems made it impossible for the cable system to refuse his program.[36][37] (Similarly, Goldstein used a legal prohibition on the censorship of political advertisements to force television broadcast of pornography, under a transparent, but legal, veil of "political candidacy.") In it he regularly interviewed porn stars, other adult industry figures, and sympathetic celebrities and "freaks," and ran advertisements for brothels and phone sex services. In the later years, after departure of original director Alex Bennett, Goldstein featured on each program a "Fuck You" segment, a few minutes in which he viciously attacked celebrities, politicians, the judge who presided over his latest trial, the New York County District Attorney, and businesses he felt had wronged him. "No television show has done a better job documenting the sexual underbelly of a specific time and place.

In its early years, Midnight Blue captured porn star Georgina Spelvin doing her nude tap-dance act at the Melody Burlesque; Tara Alexander attempting the world’s biggest gang bang at Plato's Retreat, the New York swing club; the 10th anniversary Screw party, where Buck Henry and Melvin Van Peebles hobnob with Goldstein’s jurors; and an early look at the S&M community in New York. Throughout its run, Midnight Blue interviewed almost every major porn star, and regularly hit the limits of what was acceptable for cable television."[5] Seven volumes of excerpts from the show have been reissued on DVD.[38]

SOS: Screw on the Screen

In 1975, Goldstein issued SOS: Screw on the Screen, a stridently unsexy attempt at a cinematic newsmagazine that included a lot of goofy comedy, a gay scene, and several minutes of Goldstein ranting about America’s sexual hypocrisy. Also appearing was Honeysuckle Divine (who often appeared in SCREW),[39] a Times Square stripper whose specialty was inserting objects such as pickles in her vagina, shooting out many of them. She put the pickles in baggies and sold them to patrons. Goldstein said that her act "was unbelievably disgusting, so naturally, we made her our symbol."[5]

Other business ventures

The SCREW Store

In the May 17, 1976 issue of SCREW Goldstein ran an ad for the "SCREW Store," which offered dildos, including a "Bicentennial Dildo," vibrating Ben wa eggs, and a vibrating cock ring.[40] Selling dildos brought one of Goldstein's many arrests.[5][41]

Al Goldstein's Cinema

The October 17, 1977 issue of SCREW contained an advertisement for "Al Goldstein's Cinema," located at 8th Avenue and 46th Street in New York City. Admission was 99¢.[42] In the same issue, in the movie listings, it is described as "a large, comfortable porn house which shows average hardcore features. Some of these are first-run features, some have already played theaters in the city."[43] The theater is not found in a listing of porn theaters from 1979.[44]

Rabbit Ranch

In 2001, on Saint Martin, an island in the Lesser Antilles, Goldstein planned to open the Rabbit Ranch, the first of what he hoped would be a chain of 10 to 30 bordellos that would flourish wherever prostitution is legal.[20] He intended to use the profits to finance his second run for sheriff. The brothel never opened; authorities refused to give him a license because he was not a citizen of that nation. "We didn't bribe the right people or something," he said.[45]


Friendship with Larry Flynt

One of Goldstein's best friends was Larry Flynt. Goldstein said that Flynt's Hustler magazine, founded seven years after SCREW, stole the Hustler format from SCREW, but that he was not angry. According to Goldstein, Flynt succeeded in creating a national publication, at which he had failed.[46]


Goldstein married five times and had a son, Jordan Ari Goldstein with his third wife, Gina. According to Goldstein, he and Jordan had a close relationship until the Goldsteins' divorce. They became estranged after Al called Gina "a contemptible vagina".[47]

Life in Florida

While mostly associated with New York City, Goldstein was also a well-known figure in Broward County, Florida, making the cover of a local alternative tabloid, New Times.[5] He owned a 10,000-square-foot mansion in Pompano Beach, famous for its statue, 11 feet (3.4 m) high, of a raised middle finger on the back lawn, visible to boaters on the Intracoastal Waterway.[48][49] In 1992 Goldstein filed to run for sheriff against Nick Navarro. He had gained Goldstein's enmity by arresting on obscenity charges 2 Live Crew members and a record dealer who sold their album As Nasty As They Wanna Be. (The accused were convicted, but won on appeal.) Goldstein withdrew before the election took place. In 2001 he spoke publicly of his intent to run a second time, against Ken Jenne, on a platform of "leaving folks the hell alone". He never filed, saying that he could not afford the campaign.[45]

Last years

Legal and financial woes

In 2002 Goldstein was found guilty of harassing a former spouse, having published her telephone number and place of employment in SCREW and encouraging readers to call her and tell her "to stop being such a cunt." Goldstein was sentenced to 60 days in jail. He served six days before the charges were overturned on appeal. Goldstein apologized as part of a plea bargain.[50][51][52] Screw folded in 2003, unable to make payroll;[53] only 600 copies were sold of the last issue.[5] Goldstein's company, Milky Way Productions, which published Screw and Midnight Blue, went into bankruptcy in 2004, having lost sales and subscribers as a result of Internet pornography, abetted by Goldstein's mismanagement (he wasted significant sums having SCREW purchase electronic gadgets and the like from catalogs, items that he never learned how to use).[54]

Goldstein lost his Florida mansion and his townhouse on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Jobless, he ended up living briefly in a Manhattan homeless shelter. He was fired from New York's well-known Second Avenue Deli for sleeping in the basement, after a brief stint as a greeter.[22][55] He was busted for shoplifting four health-related books from Barnes & Noble.[56] He worked in 2005 as a commissioned salesman for New York City Bagels.[57] Between 2005 and 2008 he blogged for, a pornographic search engine;[58] he then continued on his own Web site until 2009.[59] He was financially supported in his last years by his friend the illusionist Penn Jillette, on whose floor he once slept, and who admired Goldstein for his First Amendment activism.[5] His final residence, prior to the nursing home, was a small apartment in the Ozone Park neighborhood of Queens, paid for by Jillette.[60]


Goldstein died on December 19, 2013, aged 77, from renal failure at a nursing home in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn.[61]



In 2003, Lancaster Pictures produced a documentary on Goldstein entitled Goldstein: The Trials of the Sultan of Smut, directed by James Guardino. It focused on his legal troubles. Larry Flynt, Ron Jeremy, and Jimmy Breslin appeared in the movie.[62]

Views on pornography and religion

In his book XXX-Communicated: A Rebel Without a Shul, Luke Ford wrote about a conversation with Goldstein, in which Ford asked Goldstein why the porn industry contained so many Jews. Goldstein answered, "The only reason that Jews are in pornography is that we think that Christ sucks. Catholicism sucks. We don't believe in authoritarianism." Ford then asked, "What does it mean to you to be a Jew?" To which Goldstein responded, "It doesn't mean shit. It means that I'm called a kike." Ford also asked, "Do you believe in God?" Goldstein said, "I believe in me. I'm God. Fuck God. God is your need to believe in some super being. I am the super being. I am your God, admit it. We're random. We're the flea on the ass of the dog."[63]

In 1989, Goldstein ran a full page ad in Screw offering $1 million for the assassination of the Ayatollah Khomeini, in response to Khomeini's fatwa against novelist Salman Rushdie for allegedly blaspheming Islam.[64]


In his 2011 book Dirty! Dirty! Dirty! - of Playboys, Pigs, and Penthouse Paupers, an American Tale of Sex and Wonder, former Screw writer and editor Mike Edison documents Goldstein's rise and fall against the successes of his peers Larry Flynt of Hustler, Bob Guccione of Penthouse, and Hugh Hefner of Playboy. Edison also lauds Goldstein as a staunch fighter for the First Amendment, quoting Gay Talese, who referred to Goldstein in his book Thy Neighbor's Wife, saying, "We need a free society, and freedom is not won by literary tea parties and well-meaning, virtuous publishers, it is won by disreputable people like Al Goldstein." Edison also quotes the New York reporter Jimmy Breslin as saying, "Al Goldstein is one of four people in the last 35 years who has effectively protected the First Amendment rights of reporters who bring the news to you. The others are Ralph Ginzburg, Larry Flynt, and Lenny Bruce. I know you don’t want to meet them, but you owe them.”[22]


Unless otherwise noted, Goldstein appeared as himself in the following movies:


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  • Goldstein, Al (and Josh Alan Friedman). I, Goldstein: My Screwed Life (2006). New York: Thunder's Mouth Press.
  • Goldstein, Al & Jim Buckley (eds.). The Screw Reader (1971). New York : Lyle Stuart.
  • Edison, Mike: Dirty! Dirty! Dirty!: Of —Playboys, Pigs, and Penthouse Paupers——An American Tale of Sex and Wonder. New York: Soft Skull Press, 2011. ISBN 978-1-5937-6284-1

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