The examination, led by online networking observing organization Brandwatch, found the general population of Co Tyrone, in Northern Ireland and Methyr Tydfil, in South Wales, to be the most productive guilty parties.
However the report, to be distributed by hostile to tormenting philanthropy Ditch the Label, included words, for example, "bitch" that have been acclimatized into regular use and are not generally regarded hostile.
The philanthropy said the discoveries exhibited approach ought to be gone for lessening misogyny among both genders.
More than 60 for each penny of the hostile tweets posted by ladies utilized unfavorable creature references, for example, "cow" and "bitch". Men were rather liable to make individual remarks around a lady's insight, sexual introduction and/or life systems.
Past examination by Brandwatch has found that the words "prostitute" or "prostitute" are specified on Twitter around 3,000 times each day.
In May a cross-party battle called "Recover the Internet" – headed by Labor MP Yvette Cooper – was propelled to address developing open worry about the effect of loathe discourse on the web.
On propelling the battle, Yvette Cooper told The Guardian: "Forty years prior ladies rioted to test demeanors and request activity against provocation in the city.
"Today the web is our avenues and open spaces. However for a few people online provocation, tormenting, misogyny, bigotry or homophobia can wind up harming the web and preventing them from standing up.
"We have duties as online natives to ensure the web is a protected space. Testing on the web manhandle isn't possible by any association alone. This needs everybody."
Jettison the Label's discoveries are bolstered by a research organization learn at the time, which found that half of Twitter clients participating in misogyny were ladies.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has conceded the organization needs to "improve" at handling on the web mishandle.
In September, it developed that police boss were thinking about perceiving misogyny as an abhor wrongdoing. This would align mishandle coordinated at ladies with assaults roused by antagonistic vibe and preference towards race, religion and sexuality.
Ladies well on the way to utilize sexist dialect on Twitter, report finds