If you frequent some of the web's most popular media sites, you probably see “man” more frequently than “woman” and “penis” more than “vagina”. With “cat” vs. “dog”, things are a bit more nuanced.

Internet theorist Paul Ford used Bing to search 54 websites for the frequency of the words "dog" vs. "cat", "man" vs. "woman", and "penis" vs. "vagina." He counted how many times each word was mentioned on each site, and created charts to illustrate the relative ratios of cat:dog, man:woman and penis:vagina. What have we learned?

Buzzfeed likes cats way more than dogs. Gawker prefers canines.

Chart: Paul Ford. Image 1.Chart: Paul Ford

Businessweek only really talks about penises.

Chart: Paul Ford. Image 2.Chart: Paul Ford

Ebony refers to men and women in equal amounts.

Chart: Paul Ford. Image 3.Chart: Paul Ford

For more on Ford's methods, check out his post here.