Do you read more blogs written by men or by women?
Is there a difference in tone, seriousness and intent between a blog written by a woman or a man?
Do men tend to read more blogs written by men — and women read more women blogs — or is the quality of the blog, and not the gender of the author, the driving force for entertainment and learning?


  1. Hi David,
    With me, it totally depends on the subject, whether I read male or female.
    With female, there’s a lot of cutesie out there– balloons, teddy bears, bunny rabbits. If I come across a blog that looks like someone overspent at the scrapebooking supply store, I’m outta there.
    On the other hand, machismo websites are not to my liking, especially Larry the Cable Guy redneck stuff like guns and Confederate flags.

  2. You were caught by Akismet again, Donna!
    Do you read more blogs — we’re talking trending and habits here — in a day written by men or by women?

  3. Hi David,
    I read a lot of political stuff, so the answer to your question would be blogs written by men.

  4. Hi David,
    I think you are right. I don’t think “daddy blogs” are much out there.
    But there probably is a “Mr. Mommy” blog somewhere in blogdom that speaks of baby poop.

  5. Hi Donna!
    There are a few Daddy blogs out there — but the Mommy blogs trump them by the thousands. 😀
    It’s fascinating to read which gender writes about what — it tells us a lot about priorities and purposes in life.

  6. Hi David,
    I don’t read any other blog except this one but I will make the comparison in context with other articles I read daily.
    As long as something interests me and I think it is informative I am completely oblivious about the gender of the writer…so I can conclude that it’s the quality that matters most to me!

  7. It is about 55/45 female/male – well that is what a quick look at my blogroll tells me and not one “Mommy Blog” amongst them.

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