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Objectives Gender norms, especially among men, can reduce the effectiveness of HIV prevention programs. We sought to assess the association between attitudes towards gender norms and risky sexual behaviours, and identify sociodemographic factors that predict gender-inequitable and masculinity norms among men in western Jamaica.
Methods: A cross-sectional, survey of men aged years was conducted. Attitudes towards gender norms were measured using the Gender Equitable Men and Macho scales.
Logistic regression and general linear models were used to assess associations between gender norms and multiple sexual partners, and to identify the associated sociodemographic factors. Conclusion: A high proportion of Jamaican men engage in risky sexual behaviours. These highlight the need for behaviour change interventions addressing gender norms targeting Jamaican men.
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