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Table 4 Multivariable logistic regressions on sociodemographic characteristics, intersecting identities, and intersecting experiences of discrimination and outcome of use of any tobacco products in the past 30 days

From: Mental health and substance use among women and men at the intersections of identities and experiences of discrimination: insights from the intersectionality framework

  Women’s use of tobacco products Men’s use of tobacco products
  Model with intersecting identities Model with intersecting experiences of discrimination Model with intersecting identities Model with intersecting experiences of discrimination
  OR and CI p OR and CI p OR and CI p OR CI p
Age 1.04 (0.96–1.13) .32 1.04 (0.97–1.13) .28 0.98 (0.89–1.07) .60 0.99 (0.90–1.08) .76
Highest parental education
 Bachelor’s degree or above Reference Reference Reference Reference
 Below a Bachelor’s degree 1.06 (0.76–1.49) .72 1.07 (0.77–1.49) .68 0.70 (0.47–1.04) .08 0.71 (0.48–1.04) .08
School type
 Private college/university Reference Reference Reference Reference
 State university 1.84 (1.19–2.86) .006 1.72 (1.12–2.65) .01 1.57 (1.07–2.30) .02 1.58 (1.07–2.31) .02
 Technical college 3.00 (1.93–4.66) <.001 2.79 (1.80–4.32) <.001 2.31 (1.29–4.14) .005 2.13 (1.20–3.78) .01
 HBCU 1.98 (1.10–3.57) .02 1.87 (1.14–3.04) .01 2.64 (0.93–7.46) .07 1.95 (0.79–4.80) .15
Intersecting identities
 Being White and heterosexual Reference    Reference    
 Being White and sexual minority 2.21 (1.32–3.70) .003    0.96 (0.51–1.79) .89    
 Being Black and heterosexual 1.16 (0.75–1.78) .51    0.64 (0.34–1.24) .19    
 Being Black and sexual minority 2.64 (1.39–5.02) .003    1.06 (0.33–3.35) .93    
Experience of discrimination
 No discrimination    Reference    Reference
 Only racial discrimination    1.42 (1.02–1.98) .04    0.85 (0.57–1.27) .43
 Only sexual orientation discrimination    1.51 (0.71–3.21) .28    0.79 (0.34–1.87) .59
 Both racial and sexual orientation discrimination    3.45 (1.97–6.05) <.001    1.20 (0.55–2.61) .64
  1. HBCU Historically Black Colleges/Universities, OR Odd Ratio, CI Confidence Interval, p Probability Value