* On average, women have 30% of speaking time in general forms of popular media. It is about 25% for GOT.
* Women fared the best in Season 7 (31% of speaking time), and the worst in Season 8
* The episode with the most female speaking time is S4E5 First of His Name which featured Cersei and Daenerys (still a bit under 50%). The episodes with the least are S1E7 You Win or You Die and S8E4 The Last of the Starks (under 20%).
* Women only had 20% of the dialogue in the series finale.
* A researcher notes that "You've got this misperception that because women are very visible, their bodies are very visible, that somehow equates to a meaningful statement, which doesn't necessarily have to be the case."
* Tyrion and Jon have by far the most lines of dialogue; Ned Stark, who died in Season 1, has more lines than Margaery, Melisandre and Missandei. Men make up nine of the top 15 characters with the most lines.
* A previous analysis revealed that the total screen time for all male characters was some 15% more than that given to the female cast. (Tellingly, the dialogue gap is even larger - women are shown, but not necessarily depicted as active agents.)
* Male characters tended to have more masculine-centred words in their lines, such as men, man, King, and Lord; for female characters, the more frequent words were love, leave, please, husband and master.
* Article also notes the show's issues with sex and violence towards women, and the controversy behind Daenerys's storyline.Source