One founding principle of twelve steps groups is anonymity. But what do groups like Sex Addicts Anonymous (SAA), Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous (SLAA) or Sexual Recovery Anonymous (SRA) do when a member self-reports about sexual assault? Or what should members do? More here.
Sex is a natural part of human life. But do sex addicts need to abstain totally from sex in order to recover from sexual addiction? We review what twelve step groups believe in terms of abstinence for sex addiction here.
Sex offenders can also be sex addicts. But not ALL sex offenders are sex addicts, and vice versa. The difference between a non-addicted sex offender and a sex addict who is also a sex offender is in the intent. We examine that distinction here.
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), also known as sexually treansmitted infections (STIs), are infections that you get from having sex with someone who is already infected. We review the most common signs of STDs here to help you know when to seek medical help.
Moral overtones pervade discussions of nudity and sexuality in the United States. So is sexual behavior in public settings a sign of sexual addiction, or simply not accepted as anti-thematic to ideals of romantic love, monogamous relationships, and long-term commitments? We explore here.
Do you think that you or a loved one is a sex addict? Check in here for a quick guide to signs of sexual addiction and the steps that you can take to get help.
When do thoughts, feelings or behaviors about sex become a problem? One of the more controversial topics among medical professionals, sex addiction is basically a progressive, unhealthy use of sex. We provide a basic intro to compulsive sexual behavior and link to a useful self-survery from Sex Addicts Anonymous to help you evaluate whether sex has become a problem in your life.