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Table 4 Unadjusted and age-adjusted associations for inter-generational sex (yes/no) in females who had ever had sex

From: Prevalence and risk factors for inter-generational Sex: a cross-sectional cluster survey of Barbadian females aged 15–19

Factor N Unadjusted odds ratio (95% CI) Age adjusted odds ratio (95% CI) †
Age 129 1.16 (0.77 – 1.73) 1.56 (0.91 – 2.68)
Age at first sex 120 0.67 (0.50 – 0.90) 0.58 (0.41 – 0.83)
Condom use at first sex 123 1.58 (0.51 – 4.91) 0.66 (0.16 – 2.77)
Willingness at first sex 128 0.86 (0.45 – 1.62) 0.55 (0.26 – 1.78)
Enough money to cover necessities 127 1.21 (0.58 – 2.51) 0.99 (0.46 – 2.11)
Enough money to cover luxuries 124 0.72 (0.35 – 1.51) 0.60 (0.23 – 1.56)
Money or gifts from partner 123 3.35 (1.51 – 7.45) 2.91 (1.17 – 7.23)
Religious service attendance (yes/no) 119 1.48 (0.50 – 4.37) 0.88 (0.27 – 2.87)
Frequency of religious service attendance ‡ 119   
Never   1.13 (0.22 – 5.90) 0.54 (0.08 – 3.54)
Less than monthly   1.00 (0.18 – 5.58) 0.72 (0.08 – 6.46)
Monthly   0.60 (0.07 – 5.43) 0.64 (0.07 – 6.22)
Weekly   0.57 (0.18 – 1.77) 0.44 (0.12 – 1.66)
More than weekly - - -
Psychosocial factors    
Self-esteem 127 0.32 (0.16 – 0.64) 0.33 (0.11 – 0.95)
Sense of personal power 122 0.77 (0.33 – 1.83) 1.10 (0.47 – 2.56)
Peer-pressure 128 1.42 (0.71 – 2.86) 1.42 (0.61 – 3.29)
Morokoff subscale (pregnancy/STD risk) 104 1.55 (0.84 – 2.86) 1.37 (0.58 – 3.22)
  1. † Age adjusted logistic regressions, adjusted for effects of current age.
  2. ‡ Odds ratios relative to attending religious service “More than weekly”.