Between 2008 and 2013, the share of women’s permits issued each year in Tennessee have gone up 31%. For Texas over the same years, the share rose even more dramatically, by 52.5%. For Indiana, there was a substantial 3.5 percentage points in just two years. And for Washington State it appears to have doubled.
The raw Tennessee data is available here. The raw Texas data is available here. Florida has information on the number of permit holders by gender and age, but they don’t have information on how this has changed over time (click to enlarge picture).
Data on gender and race is also available for Louisiana (obtained via email).
Louisiana for 2014
New Mexico has reported information on the number of male and female permit holders in 2014.
For Washington state there has also been a big increase in the percent of women with permits. From the Seattle Times:
Between 2005 and 2012, the number of state residents receiving new concealed-carry permits tripled to 62,939. Now some 451,000 Washington residents are allowed to carry a hidden handgun almost anywhere they go, more than 100,000 of them women.
Notably, the growth rate for women getting new permits is twice as fast as that of men. . . .