We wholeheartedly welcome all people of any sexual identity or orientation.
Sex Addicts Anonymous offers a safe place and a message of hope and recovery also for sex addicts in the LGBTQ+ communities.
SAA is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other in order to find freedom from addictive sexual behaviour and help others recover from sex addiction. Hence SAA is not a place to find sexual partners.
Our fellowship is open to all people, regardless of age, race, religion, ethnic background, marital status, sexuality, gender identity or occupation. We welcome members of any sexual identity, orientation and gender, whether they are gay, lesbian, straight, bisexual, transgendered, questioning or of any other identity.
Many of our sexual behaviours produced negative consequences. These behaviours are not gender specific and may cross lines of sexual orientation. In the recent decades of sexual liberation, we may have been encouraged to engage in some activities in order to foster “Gay Positive” self-esteem. Yet for some of us, these behaviours ultimately backfired and left us discouraged, isolated and demoralised.
What do I do now?
Many LGBTQ+ sex addicts start their recovery by reading the pamphlet 'SAA and the Lesbian / Gay / Bisexual / Transgender Sex Addict' and attending SAA recovery meetings.
Check out our wider programme literature, which can be accessed for free online or ordered through the SAA website Shop.
Attend a meeting
SAA holds several LGBTQ+ focused, online, in person and telephone meetings each week.
You may also wish to look at the full lists of all UK meetings, because LGBTQ+ sex addicts are welcome in all SAA meetings!
For more details of other international LGBTQ+ focused meetings, please follow SAATalk.info.
Get in touch
Phone or text our LGBTQ+ helpline 07825 147995 to leave a message on our voicemail.
Email us at [email protected] We will get back to you as soon as we can.
Questions or worries? Contact us - for help: email [email protected]