Sex and Porn Addicts Anonymous is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from sex and pornography addiction in all its manifestations.
The group’s success depends on sticking to our singleness of purpose—our shared sobriety definition and edging concept. It’s important to keep that focus during our meetings, decisions, and recovery. We suggest reading only from SPAA-approved and AA literature. We avoid injecting opinions from religion, therapy, politics, institutions or outside groups, staying true to the principles of the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions. Guided by this singleness of purpose, we safeguard SPAA’s effectiveness in restoring our relationships, our lives, and our sanity.
Anyone* with a desire to stop viewing pornography and stop acting out sexually is welcome in our fellowship.
*SPAA is open to all people regardless of sexual orientation, gender, socio-economic status, religious, spiritual, or cultural background, and physical or mental abilities.