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Sexaholics Anonymous (SA) is one of the many twelve-step programs based on the original Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.

SA helps men and women who want to recover from an addiction to lust. In SA literature , the word sexaholic means a person for whom "lust has become an addiction". Sexaholics Anonymous has a unique and distinctive sobriety definition - "No sex other than with spouse and progressive victory over lust". In SA, "spouse" means one's partner in a marriage between and man and a woman. 

Members of SA use the book "Sexaholics Anonymous" (often referred to as "The White Book") as a guide. The book explains that "the sexaholic has taken himself or herself out of the whole context of what is right or wrong. He or she has lost control, no longer has the power of choice, and is not free to stop."

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