Naturally I had to try it out:
- atlas(t), my mapping, geography, 'n' stuff blog, is 70% certain to be male.
- atlas(t): The Galleon Trade Edition, my art blog of the Galleon Trade artists exchange project, is 59% certain to be male, "however it's quite gender neutral."
- SeeLight, this very blog, is 58% male, but is also "quite gender neutral."
- APAture Live, the live blog I kept for the 10th Annual APAture arts festival, is 52% male, but also ... you know.
- EnterBrainment, my paid entertainment blog, which I've abandoned now, is 57% FEMALE (but quite gender neutral).
It's interesting, because I use pretty much the same diction and sentence structures in all five blogs, but the vocabulary is different because the topics covered are different. Atlas(t) has a lot of abstract terms, and a very wide variety of terms, because of all the blogs, this one covers the broadest range of topics. Galleon Trade Edition is mostly about art, and SeeLight is mostly about literature. APAture Live was about multidisciplinary arts, but also about relationships and community. And EnterBrainment was about entertainment and celebrities, written for a primarily female audience.
So what I can gather from all of this is that they have simply gendered sets of vocabularies. Sigh.