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Table 4 Associations between gender identity stress and access to health care services among transgender women and transfeminine people in China, December 2019–June 2020

From: Gender minority stress and access to health care services among transgender women and transfeminine people: results from a cross-sectional study in China

Variables aOR 95% CI
Hormone intervention history (ref = never)a
 Have or currently undergoing   
 Discrimination 1.41 1.17–1.70
 Internalized transphobia 1.06 1.00–1.12
Gender affirming surgery (ref = never)a
 Have or currently undergoing   
 Discrimination 1.44 1.06–1.97
 Non-disclosure of gender identity 0.87 0.77–0.99
HIV testing (ref = no)b   
 Discrimination 0.70 0.54–0.92
STIs testing in the past year (ref = no)b
 Internalized transphobia 0.91 0.84–0.98
 Negative expectation for future 1.12 1.04–1.19
PEP use (ref = no)b   
 Non-disclosure of gender identity 1.19 1.05–1.35
  1. aModels were adjusted with education, income, sexual attraction, gender identity, and whether the individual currently live in self-identified gender for most of the time
  2. bModels were adjusted with education, income, sexual attraction, and gender identity