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Research Article

Alcohol Use, Stigmatizing/Discriminatory Attitudes, and HIV High-Risk Sexual Behaviors among Men Who Have Sex with Men in China

Table 1

Demographics and biological outcomes among men who have sex with men in Shandong province, China.

VariablesTotalDrinking (≥3 times/week)Stigma and discrimination
% % SD

Study sites
Recruited venue
 Bars, night clubs, or tea houses32926.74914.9
 Bathhouses or sauna16113.12414.9
 Outdoor cruising area988.01111.2
 Internet or HIV testing sites64252.2609.3
Age (years)
Marital status
 Married or cohabitating21217.247
 Shandong province99180.610710.8
 Non-Shandong province23919.43715.5
Ethnicity group
 Commercial service53943.88014.8
 Full time employee26821.833
 Housework and/or unemployed1199.71714.3
 High school or lower64952.894
 College or higher58147.2508.6
Duration of residence in current location (years)
Self-identified sexual orientation
 Do not know453.748.9
Being married or cohabitating/
ever had sex with woman in past 6 months
Biological outcome
HIV status
Syphilis status

Total for each subgroup may not add up to the total due to missing data; P6M: in the past 6 months; ; ; ; NA: not applicable.