Well, i have to admit here at first that I am a man and i don't write my books specifically for women.
That being said, i share the sentiment that men are far overrepresenteted, especially in novels that served as inspiration for my works, like Lord of the Rings and so i went about my worldbuilding with the general idea that women should give the majority of the protagonists. Iam currently writing the second book and the main cast that has assembled so far has two male leading characters with only one of them fullfilling the typical strong male characteristics and 7 women of which 3 classify as "strong female characters".
I even went out of my way to subvert the trope of the male protagonist as to make the lead character of the first few chapters a man, only to then have it turn out that shes actually a female mage who has disguised herself as a man to make her mission easier.
Unfortunately it seems, such stories dont get much traction as the book until now is largely unsuccesful at Tapas. ;/