Here is an illustrative list of references on feminist approaches to quantitative social science:

Harding, S. (1987). (ed.) Feminism and Methodology: Social Science Issues. Indiana University Press.

McCall, L. (2005). ‘The Complexity of Intersectionality’Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 30 (3): 1771-1800.

Oakley, A, (1998) ‘Gender, Methodology and People's Ways of Knowing: Some Problems with Feminism and the Paradigm Debate in Social Science’. Sociology32(4), 707 – 731.

Scott, J. (2010). ‘Quantitative methods and gender inequalities’. International Journal of Social Research Methodology 13 (3): 223–236.

Sigle-Rushton, W. (2014). ‘Essentially Quantified? Towards a More Feminist Modelling Strategy’ in Evans. M, Hemmings, C., Henry, M., Johnstone, H., Madhok, S., Plomien, S. and S. Wearing, eds. The SAGE Handbook of Feminist Theory. Sage Publications.

Stacey, S. and Thorne, B. (1985). ‘The missing feminist revolution in sociology’Social Problems 32 (4): 301-316.

Williams, J. R. (2010) Doing feminist‐demography. International Journal of Social Research Methodology 13 (3): 197-210.