Women’s Stories

Finding Stories of Women

Fortunately for the women in SAA today, many stories from recovering women sex addicts in SAA are available now — starting with women’s stories in the SAA basic text, the “Green Book.”

One woman’s story

From the March – April 2022 The Outer Circle
on pages 6-7 in the “Dear Grace Column”:
(Click here)

Radio Interview

A radio interview aired of a woman member of SAA (name changed for anonymity)

“Some women struggle to feel a sense of hope in a program that currently has, proportionally, a small number of women. They may not see or hear their stories reflected in meetings with mostly, or all, men.”

WOC Welcome Letter, Women’s Outreach Committee, May 9, 2021

See also Women’s Literature page of the SAA ISO website.

NOTE: The SAA Women’s Intergroup is an autonomous SAA group; as such, we have the freedom to post personal stories that may not have received SAA conference approval as well as others that are publically available on the worldwide web. The views expressed in these writings are those of the author and may not reflect those of the International Service Organization of SAA, the SAA Women’s Intergroup, or SAA as a whole.

Suggested reading:

“Dear Grace” article, “Belonging when you don’t hear stories like your own.” on page 6 in The Outer Circle for March – April, 2021

“Dear Grace” article, “Dealing with Triggering Stories,” on page 12, in The Outer Circle for March – April, 2016

“Dear Grace” article, “It’s Time for Women to Claim Their Seat in SAA” on page 12, in The Outer Circle for May – June, 2016

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