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Table 3 Factors associated with condomless sex in the three-month follow-up period among Chinese MSM who participated in an online video intervention, 2015 (n = 791)

From: Driving force of condomless sex after online intervention among Chinese men who have sex with men

  Condomless sex OR (95% CI) Condomless sexa aOR (95% CI)
Gender Identity
 Gay ref ref
 Othersb 1.50 (1.09, 2.06)* 1.40 (1.00, 1.95)*
Student status
 No ref ref
 Yes 0.70 (0.53, 0.94)* 1.47 (0.95, 2.27)
Ever tested for HIV/Syphilis
 No ref ref
 Yes 1.23 (0.93, 1.64) 1.07 (0.79, 1.44)
HIV status
 Positive ref ref
 Negative 1.59 (0.71, 3.58) 1.64 (0.72, 3.75)
 Unknown 1.35 (0.60, 3.04) 1.56 (0.68, 3.57)
Sex under the influence of alcoholc
 No ref ref
 Yes 1.90 (1.22, 2.97)* 1.79 (1.13, 2.83)*
Group sexd
 No ref ref
 Yes 1.37 (0.85, 2.18) 1.22 (0.75, 2.00)
Ever had sex tourism
 No ref ref
 Yes 2.75 (1.34, 5.63)* 2.40 (1.14, 5.03)*
Receptive anal position with stable male partnerc
 No ref ref
 Yes 1.67 (1.25, 2.22)* 1.85 (1.37, 2.50)*
Receptive anal position with casual male partnerc
 No ref ref
 Yes 1.43 (1.08, 1.90)* 1.47 (1.09, 1.97)*
Viewed additional condom use promotion videosce
 No ref ref
 Yes 0.67 (0.50, 0.89)* 0.67 (0.50, 0.91)*
Community engagement in sexual health
 None/ Minimal ref ref
 Minimal 0.74 (0.52, 1.36) 0.66 (0.46, 0.94)*
 Substantial 0.54 (0.35, 0.82)* 0.49 (0.32, 0.75)*
  1. aAdjusted for age (3 missing values, continuous), education, income, marital status, and types of intervention videos. N = 788
  2. bIncluding bisexual, heterosexual, and unsure
  3. cin the last 3 months
  4. din the last 12 months
  5. ecollected at the 3-month follow up survey
  6. *p-value< 0.05