Contact a Treatment Expert: Get help today Call Now Get a Call. Up to 25 percent of the general LGBTQ community has moderate alcohol dependency, compared to 5 to 10 percent of the general population.
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This ritualistic greeting used to be welcome. When I joined Alcoholics Anonymous and its spin-off, Narcotics Anonymous, I was seeking escape from my dependence on opiates and alcohol. But the bigger issue is that, as an afrolatin trans woman, I often found the plus-year-old program and its strict adherents to be psychologically abusive.
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Gay alcoholics have found help in the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous since its early days. Due to the discomfort, in members of the gay community in San Francisco wanted an AA group that was exclusively gay. This drew a great debate within the gay AA community on whether or not this was the right move to make.