Johannes Rohr, 29/12/2011 12:32:
that the software addresses you as male by default.
Not necessarily (because there a male/female/undefined tripartition and
it defaults to male only if the third option is not defined), but AFAIK
So males are less
likely to adjust their setting than females.
Sure, and probably even more than average when gender namespaces are
implemented, because that's very visible.