It turns out, women were significantly more likely to report more feelings associated with enjoyment (and abuse liability) than men were:
In addition, cannabis use is more prevalent among men than women in the US (51.4% vs 37.4%, resp.). "Yet among cannabis smokers, women have a faster trajectory to cannabis-use disorders, which the current findings might in part explain." The authors call for more research to further explain the clinical significance of sex differences in the effects of cannabis and cannabis-use disorders.
The article by Cooper & Haney can be viewed here: