“Our fellowship is open to women and men, regardless of age, race, religion, ethnic background, marital status, or occupation. We welcome members of any sexual identity or orientation, whether they are gay, lesbian, straight, bisexual, or transgender.”
— Sex Addicts Anonymous, p. 1-2
Welcome to Sex Addicts Anonymous! This page contains information which may be of interest to LGBT members or potential members of SAA.
SAA is open to members of any gender identity or sexual orientation, though specific meetings may have restrictions such as men-only or women-only. However, if you wish to find a meeting that is commonly attended by members of the LGBT community, click here for a PDF listing, or contact your local group or intergroup representative.
Telephone and Web-based meetings
Various types of telemeetings are held every day of the week. These are listed in the meeting search results. Telemeetings are excellent venues to meet other members and create a support group and/or sponsorship. LGBT telemeetings include the Sunday meeting, Monday meeting, and Tuesday meeting. (Days are subject to change.)
If you are able to obtain information on additional SAA meetings which are explicitly welcoming of gender minorities or sexual orientations, please so we can increase our referral list.
1995 and Before: Gay and Lesbian Concerns in SAA: A Gay Flower in a Heterosexual Garden, Presenters: Sean S., Bill S., Grainne M. 1996: Gays and Straights Recovering Together, Presenter: Michael L. 1996: Bisexuality and Sex Addiction ( A Light Hearted Dialogue), Presenter:Glen S. 1998: Same Sex Relationships in Heterosexuals, Presenter: Art P. 1998: Gays and Straights Recovering Together, Presenter: Mike L. 1999: Gays and Straights Recovering Together, Presenter: Mike L. 1999: Steps 2 and 3- God Accepts ME as a Gay Sex Addict, Presenter: Thom C.
2001: Gay Men in Recovery (I will survive), Presenters: Greg G., Steve B, and Joel D.
2001: Being Gay and In Recovery, Presenter: Patrick V.
Men needing sponsors, telemeeting information, and other program support should contact the Men’s Outreach Subcommittee. We may be able to help you contact other members for support and/or sponsorship via phone and email. Numerous members welcome contact with other LGBT people. .