to accept their sexual minority status." 9 Because being unlabeled is the purposeful decision of no sexual identity, it is different from bisexuality or any other sexual identity. 9 10 Development edit See also: Coming out and Homosexuality and psychology General edit Most of the research on sexual orientation identity development focuses on the development of people who are attracted to the same sex. 17 The Cass identity model, established by Vivienne Cass, outlines six discrete stages transited by individuals who successfully come out: (1) identity confusion, (2) identity comparison, (3) identity tolerance, (4) identity acceptance, (5) identity pride, and (6) identity synthesis. The integration of the respective identity components (e.g. 14 However, not every lgbt person follows such a model. 5 6 7, for example, gay, lesbian, and bisexual people may not openly identify as such in a homophobic / heterosexist setting or in areas whose record on lgbt rights is poor.
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18 Fassinger's model of gay and lesbian identity development contains four stages at the individual and group level: (1) awareness, (2) exploration, (3) deepening/commitment, and (4) internalization/synthesis. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press a b Morgan,. James; Williams, Mark.; Fernandez-Esquer, Maria Eugenia. Thus, only the most courageous people will actually accept this challenge. (2011) Identity development among sexual-minority youth. "Sexual orientation, sexual identity, and the question of choice". Those who are unlabeled are more likely to view sexuality as less stable and more fluid and tend to focus more on the person, not the gender.