Sexaholics online meeting
I beleive this is excessive, unnecessary, discriminatory and confuses sexual practices with sexual addiction.
For practical purposes I do not generally recommend SA to anyone who is not in a heterosexual marriage, and I oppose its stance on ethical grounds even though I continue to list it as a resource because of the value it serves for some people Now that you have know how each 12-step group defines sexual sobriety, you can make up your own mind which to attend or recommend.
But unlike programs for recovering alcoholics or drug addicts, Sex Addicts Anonymous does not have a universal definition of abstinence...........They give people who have similar problems a way to share their experience, strength and hope with each other.The actual "twelve steps" are principles for living.To have a meeting added to the online listing, a group conscience decision will need to be made.
Then send an email to webmaster with your name, phone number, and best time to call.However, according to SA tradition, all groups are fully autonomous and are not allied with any denomination, religious group, or hold any other outside affiliation.