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This cross-sectional study assessed sexually transmitted infection STI prevalence, socio-demographic characteristics, substance use, sexual behaviors, and sexual network profiles among African American sexual minorities in Jackson, Mississippi. Bivariate chi-square tests and generalized estimating equation GEE models explored individual and partner-related factors.

Compared to their heterosexual counterparts, male African American sexual minorities reported fewer sex partners odds ratios [OR] 0. African American sexual minority women reported greater substance abuse, more sex partners OR 2. These highlight the need for nuanced STI interventions tailored to African American sexual minorities in Mississippi.

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Sexual Network Profiles and Risk Factors for STIs Among African-American Sexual Minorities in Mississippi: A Cross-Sectional Analysis