A site’s he/ she ratio is measured by counting the number of pages on the domain containing the word “he”, then searching for the number containing “she”, and then looking at the two numbers in comparison….
The most striking overall result, of course, is the massive He-skewing on pretty much every site that doesn’t specifically have feminism, women’s bodies or traditionally women’s work as its focus. (And I’m rather amazed that some of the sites that _do_ have women’s bodies as their focus still have a He-predominance. What’s up with that?)
Women’s Space’s ratio is listed there as are the ratios of many of your favorites (and some of your least-favorites!). It’s interesting.
One reason feminist sites might have many references to men on their pages is, we are talking about the behaviors and acts of men. But that doesn’t seem to be why some of the other sites she lists, including some “progressive” sites and some of the feminist sites, are all about the “he’s” in the world.