Is Our SA Group Aligned With The Twelve Traditions?
"Some groups take inventory by examining our Twelve Traditions, one at a time, to determine how well they are living up to these principles." From "The AA Group."
If you can answer Yes to any of these questions, your Group is not aligned with SA's Twelve Traditions.
1. Does our group put the interests of any individual above the welfare of the group or of SA as a whole?
2. Does our group do anything that misrepresents the conscience of the majority of the group?
3. Does our group exclude anyone with a lust problem from attending the group?
4. Does our group do anything that does not conform to SA principles and affects other groups or SA as a whole?
5. Does our group do anything that conflicts with our carrying the SA message to sexaholics who want a way out from their lust problem?
6. Does anything we do affiliate, endorse or bind the group, actual or implied, to any related facility or outside enterprise?
7. Are donations received from anyone other than an SA member?
8. Are there any fees besides meeting expenses being charged for Twelve Step work, ie: fellowship, sponsoring, step work, counselling?
9. Is there a governing individual or exclusive group authority that dictates organization?
10. Does our group do anything that publicly states an opinion or takes sides on any issues or controversy outside of SA?
11. At the general public level of press, radio, film, and television, does the group publicize any individual SA member's name or picture as a self-appointed representative of SA?
12. Does our group give personal distinction to any SA member either among fellow sexaholics or the general public that puts their opinions above the conscience of the group or SA?