i dont think they have those data processed available.
likely that they do have datas available on the profitability on traders but i dont think that they have those data sorted in a way that you can seperate into male and femal traders.
thats probably work that still must be done.
the issue thou is data protection, a broker isnt allowed to give you the name specific data of their client, so a diversification into male and female will not be possible by a person who is outside of this source.
anyways: in my opinion it is very logical that female could be better at trading.
now im for sure nobody to reduce genders by their roles when we were cavemen, but the natural attributes support a tendency in woman of “collecting” and “avoding risks” while male are the “hunter” type of personality (usualy) which in trading does not help much and puts them in “unnecessary risks”.
i also agree strongly, through the experience i me employing several females in my company, that woman have less “ego-issues” and accept a higher knowledge before men do so, who like to question authority constantly (rebelling) -even if it is a hurdle for their self development, and therefore faster accept the common knowledge which leads to a sooner and better performance of “knowledge applied” than men usually have.