Hmph, I thought I was already following this "95% chance it's written by a male" site.Well, got that corrected.
I tried it. It said I'm 58% likely to be male. Seems my site is pretty gender neutral.http://castletriskelion.blogspot.com/
I got 58% too!http://fictivefantasies.wordpress.com/
So it said my site had a 59% chance it was written by a man (correct) but very gender neutral.
I fed it a bunch of sites including my own. It did tend to put the more macho blogs as more male. However it guessed every single site to be written by a man; the two blogs by women I submitted were still "58% male - by a man but quite gender neutral". I got 88% for my Wilderlands game blog (swords & sorcery, all male players, runs online at dragonsfoot) , 70% for my 4e Forgotten Realms game blog (tabletop game, several female players).
At 95% this must be the most masculine blog I read! :) Highest of the ones I tested was isteve.blogspot.com at 90% male. Lowest was hdbchick.wordpress.com at 58% male - you'd think chick in the title would be a giveaway...
I've got more pretty Asian girls around me than you can shake a stick at. But then I live in Asia...
he may not be talking about that kind of stick (bokken or shinai), Stu. He could be talking about the... other kind.
I got 52% along with the caveat that my blog site was "quite gender neutral." I guess I'm not seeing the utility of this web service --- It would not be a dealbreaker for me if this site was written by a man or a woman... and I'm more than 52% certain of my own gender, so I don't think genderanalyzer helped me there. Maybe it's telling me I want to use more masculine pronouns? More sports metaphors?
It's not really for you. It's for gathering data and beta testing technologies that determine if a given text was written by a male or female person, testing algorithms in practice provided by applied linguistics.