# Table 4 Multivariate comparison of factors associated with students experiencing alcohol-related non-consensual sex, by sex

Variable Category Female students    Male students
Adjusted odds ratio (95% confidence interval) Wald P Adjusted odds ratio (95% confidence interval) Wald P
Alcohol consumption Non hazardous Reference - - Not entered into the model
Hazardous 2.82 (1.96-4.06) 30.85 < 0.001
A is mildly drunk, B severely. B is too drunk to give consent. They have sex. Next day B states rape occurred. Should A be held responsible for rape? Disagree Reference 7.82 0.020 Not entered into the model
Undecided 0.93 (0.58-1.50) 0.08 0.774
Agree 1.51 (1.03-2.19) 4.54 0.033
Being drunk when having sex increases the likelihood of a false rape allegation Disagree Reference 8.67 0.013 Not entered into the model
Undecided 0.70 (0.36-1.36) 1.12 0.290
Agree 0.53 (0.35-0.82) 8.34 0.004
Have sex with: Opposite sex Not entered into the model    Reference 10.26 0.006
Same sex     2.80 (1.07-7.32) 4.39 0.036
Both sexes     6.60 (1.60-27.17) 6.83 0.009
Consent is about having the freedom to choose to have sex No Not entered into the model    Reference 6.79 0.034
Unsure     0.20 (0.05-0.76) 5.57 0.018
Yes     0.84 (0.34-2.05) 0.15 0.696
A and B are severely drunk. A is too drunk to establish if consents present. B is too drunk to consent. Both have sex. Next day B states rape occurred. Should A be held responsible for rape? How would you describe this? Consensual Not entered into the model    Reference 5.69 0.128
Rape     0 0 0.999
A mid-point     0.99 (0.45-2.19) 0 0.986
Undecided     0.08 (0.01-0.70) 5.26 0.022
1. Only variables (or variable strata) significantly related to the dependent variable are retained in the logistic regression model. N = 789 for the female logistic regression model. Hosmer and Lemeshow Goodness-of-Fit Test: X 2 = 1.18, P = 0.95. N = 250 for the male logistic regression model. Hosmer and Lemeshow Goodness-of-Fit Test: X 2 = 1.70, P = 0.95.