Our developing a relationship with a Power greater than ourselves which can guide and sustain us in recovery.
We find a common denominator in our obsessive/compulsive patterns, which transcends any personal differences of sexual orientation or gender identity.
We are, however, united in a common focus: dealing with our addictive sexual and emotional behavior.
The ACE Model of Cybersexual Addiction is used to explain how the Internet creates a cultural climate of permissiveness that actually serves to encourage and validate sexually deviant behavior.
The ACE Model examines the Anonymity of online interactions that serves to increase the likelihood of the behavior, the Convenience of cyberporn and sexually-oriented chat rooms making it easily available to users, and finally, the Escape from mental tension derived from the experience which serves to reinforce the behavior leading to compulsivity.
Cybersexual Addiction has become a specific sub-type of Internet addiction.
It has been estimated that 1 in 5 Internet addicts are engaged in some form of online sexual activity (primarily viewing cyberporn and/or engaging in cybersex). is supported entirely through the contributions of its membership and is free to all who need it. Our capacity to reach out for the supportive fellowship within S. Our practice of the Twelve Step program of recovery to achieve sexual and emotional sobriety. A curious husband or wife may secretly step into the "Dominance and Submission Room", the "Fetish Room", or the "Bisexual Room", only to be initially shocked at the erotic dialogue, but at the same time, sexually stimulated by it.The ease of availability serves to promote sexual experimentation among those who normally would not engage in such behavior.The of electronic transactions provides the user with a greater sense of perceived control over the content, tone, and nature of the online sexual experience.