What does your browsing history say about your gender?

This guy uses known demographics about the visitors to certain sites to check your browser history and guess your gender. It’s kind of interesting to see the male-female ratio of visitors to some of these sites!

Here are my results:

Likelihood of you being FEMALE is 92%
Likelihood of you being MALE is 8%

Site Male-Female Ratio
google.com
0.98
myspace.com
0.74
youtube.com
1
mapquest.com
0.83
amazon.com
0.9
facebook.com
0.83
blogger.com
1.06
imdb.com
1.06
flickr.com
1.15
weather.com
1.08
nytimes.com
1.13
allrecipes.com
0.57
noaa.gov
1.41
wachovia.com
0.87
snopes.com
0.74
cbsnews.com
1.17
mininova.org
1.63
barackobama.com
0.68
zillow.com
1.13
bhg.com
0.55
feedburner.com
1.11
godaddy.com
1.17
payless.com
0.47
pandora.com
0.9
rollingstone.com
1.08
johnmccain.com
1.27
tinyurl.com
0.83
usanetwork.com
0.59
pair.com
1.08
yousendit.com
0.9
kw.com
0.77

(I only visited rollingstone.com to tell them to stop sending us their magazine. I have no idea how we got subscribed. :P)

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