The organization's Web site suggests that they distinguish themselves from similar programs (Sex Addicts Anonymous, Sexaholics Anonymous, Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous, and Sexual Recovery Anonymous, collectively called the "'S' fellowships") by welcoming members of all sexual orientations, and by encouraging healthy attitudes toward sex rather than complete sexual abstinence. As their home page says, "We are not here to repress our God-given sexuality, but to learn how to express it in ways that will not make unreasonable demands on our time and energy, place us in legal jeopardy—or endanger our mental, physical or spiritual health."
Despite the distinction, they do cooperate with the other "S" fellowships and have participated with them in a series of "Interfellowship Forums," the first in 1991, the others held each year since 1996.
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