My right to safety is not a discussion.
To put this into perspective, could you imagine if Kamau held a "debate" about New York's Stop-and-Frisk policy between asked a white male officer from the NYPD and a black male victim of police molestation? "We need the ability to continue verbally harassing people after we have physically violated their civil liberties. It's comedy!"
And Kamau was right about that moderator. What was up with that guy?
For all of the people who have ever asked, "Is it really worse for women on the internet than it is for men?", or, "Is it really worse for women in comedy than it is for men?", the unequivocal answer remains, "YES, OF COURSE IT IS!" Whenever a woman stands up and speaks, especially for the rights of women, she is immediately a target for attack, even when people agree with what she is saying.
For a big drop in the even bigger bucket of proof, here's a link to what happened to Lindy West after the "debate":
If Comedy Has No Lady Problem, Why Am I Getting So Many Rape Threats?, Jezebel.