Five good points and I am aware of the superblock concept from many years ago. The six point, which is the first one, I agree with to a certain extent, but the premise that women go to the toilet more often than men, and it is because their urethra is smaller......... I'm sure females do have smaller ones, it must be a medical fact, but anecdotally, in all my life, which has involved many women, none have had to go to the toilet more often than me - and I'm just a normal male.
Or, is it that they do want to go to the toilet more often, but are better at holding it and for longer?
It doesn't really matter, as everyone has to pee, but the time it takes for various humans (male and female, by age or disability, in the case of women whether they have given birth and other factors, can be used to plan for a fair provision of public toilets. The video pointed out many other salient factors.
But girls also want to play futebol (soccer), and how can fairness be achieved in that respect?