"That doesn't surprise me a bit. My observation is, ignoring whatever tendency for men or women to be smarter (I don't know that there is one), women (or at least effeminate individuals) seem to be more prone to description, while men (or masculine individuals) seem more prone to be blunt or straightforward. It may be causation (testosterone/estrogen makes people more likely to act one way or another) or correlation (we expect certain things of men and women, as a whole, so it creates a tendency for even non-male masculine or non-female feminine individuals to act a certain way)."
"However, remember that this is also not an accurate sampling of people as a whole, this is E. That means certain men and women are attracted to this place, so that skews the results as well. Of course, the results are even more skewed, as I noted before, by the types of people willing to perform the test (not to mention cheat), or even notice this section of the website."
"Anyway, altogether, I've noticed a definite tendency for females on this site to have dressed up signatures and O/O pages, and less so for males. Thus, the seemingly more 'artistic' (or whatever word you'd like to use) feminine individuals are more likely to be more expressive, which is very important to note. A large vocabulary doesn't necessarily indicate a 'smarter' individual (as many people would like to think, not necessarily anyone here, but still), it denotes someone more interested in expressing themselves. Of course, it might also denote an individual more likely to read flowery prose."
"I realize that's very stream-of-consciouness-y (that's usually how I write these sorts of things), but it's all bits of information to consider when looking at something like this."