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Table 1 Sample characteristics by sexual orientation disclosure subgroup (N=345)

From: Chained multimediator model of sexual orientation disclosure, sexual minority stigma, sexual minority identity, social support, and resilience among ymsms

Variables N (%) Sexual Orientation Disclosure   
   Yes = 188 No = 157 χ2 p
   [n (%)] [n (%)]   
Nationality     1.145 0.564
  Han 213 (61.7) 115 (61.2) 98 (62.4)   
  Zhuang 124 (35.9) 70 (37.2) 54 (34.4)   
  Other minority 8 (2.3) 3 (1.6) 5 (3.2)   
Education     0.108 0.743
  High school or below 72 (20.9) 38 (20.2) 34 (21.7)   
  College or above 273 (79.1) 150 (79.8) 123 (78.3)   
Employment status     3.059 0.383
  Student 114 (33.0) 69 (36.7) 45 (28.7)   
  Employee 173 (50.1) 89 (47.3) 84 (53.5)   
  Farmworker 18 (5.2) 8 (4.3) 10 (6.4)   
  Unemployed 40 (11.6) 22 (11.7) 18 (11.5)   
Marital status     0.058 0.809
  Unmarried 338 (98.0) 185 (98.4) 153 (97.5)   
  Married/divorced 7 (2.0) 3 (1.6) 4 (2.5)   
Monthly income     3.535 0.171
   ≤ 3000 151 (43.8) 87 (46.3) 64 (40.8)   
  3001–5000 95 (27.5) 44 (23.4) 51 (32.5)   
   > 5000 99 (28.7) 57 (30.3) 42 (26.8)   
Sexual orientation     16.390 0.000
  Gay 234 (67.8) 145 (77.1) 89 (56.7)   
  Bisexual 96 (27.8) 37 (19.7) 59 (37.6)   
  Undecided 15 (4.3) 6 (3.2) 9 (5.7)   
HIV testing frequency      3.335 0.189
 About 3 months/time 155 (43.5) 88 (46.8) 62 (39.5)   
  About 6 months/time 55 (15.9) 32 (17.0) 23 (14.6)   
  About 12 months/time 140 (40.6) 68 (36.2) 72 (45.9)