In general, my experience of participating in online communities over the last ten years is that despite the initial dominance of male members the posture, attitude and expression of these communities are predominantly female. By this I mean people are genuinely welcoming, offer unsolicited benevolence, guidance and assistance and freely give the most valuable thing that anyone can give; their time. This isn't normal for other types of patriarchal organisations.
Recent research by academics using large Facebook data sets concluded that both males and females direct 60% of their profile viewing activities to female users.
The network is most definitely female.