For the majority of the New York Times' history up to the mid-1960s, "she" was only saying something in or around 1% of articles while "he" got to say something in between 7 and 10%.
As "she" began to speak though, "he" began to speak more and in 2014 "he" got some words in for around a quarter of articles. "She"? Well, she only got into 8.21%. That's what she said, I guess.