Although TQVOS played a major role in the development of Western Christian thought regarding human sexuality--particularly homosexuality--in the 1960s and 1970s, it has been largely forgotten today. However, it has been remembered and examined on occasion within Quaker circles, largely through the work of writer-journalist David Blamires.
A few years after TQVOS was published, David Blamires wrote an insider perspective to supplement the previous study. For the 25th anniversary of TQVOS Blamires invited articles to be written for The Friends Quarterly, of which he was editor at that time.
Towards a Quaker View of Sex returned to the public eye as the 50th anniversary approached. Blamires did significant research to provide a detailed picture of the TQVOS process in his 2012 book on LGBT Quaker history in the UK. Retrospective events were held in the UK. Major Quaker periodicals published an article looking back at TQVOS.