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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

Total123014411.7
Demographics
Study sites
 Jinan40032.54812.0
 Qingdao40032.55513.7
 Yantai43035.0419.5
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)
 <2554844.6539.7
 25–3450541.1509.9
 ≥3517714.341
Marital status
 Single/separated101882.8979.5
 Married or cohabitating21217.247
Residency
 Shandong province99180.610710.8
 Non-Shandong province23919.43715.5
Ethnicity group
 Han120698.014011.6
 Others242.0416.7
Occupation
 Student18715.263.2
 Commercial service53943.88014.8
 Farmer1179.586.8
 Full time employee26821.833
 Housework and/or unemployed1199.71714.3
Education
 High school or lower64952.894
 College or higher58147.2508.6
Duration of residence in current location (years)
 ≥281566.39711.9
 <241533.74711.3
Self-identified sexual orientation
 Homosexual84568.7738.6
 Heterosexual171.46
 Bisexual32326.36118.9
 Do not know453.748.9
Being married or cohabitating/
ever had sex with woman in past 6 months
 Homosexual87871.4748.4
 Bisexual35228.670
Biological outcome
HIV status
 Negative120898.414211.8
 Positive201.6210.0
Syphilis status
 Negative114493.213011.4
 Positive846.81416.7

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