I call shennanigans on how you got the data.
You admittingly violated the TOU for a thought piece with shaky, unverifiable data analysis. This is similar to the OKCupid data scraping incident. Except in that case, OKC *threatened legal action* and successfully discredited the people involved.
Because the data was obtained unethically, that throws the conclusions of the entire analysis into question, which is unfortunate as the gender gap is an issue that must be approached with utmost diligence.