Wow, I guess that makes me an outlier, I've got ZERO desire for any sexual contact.
As for the whole line of generalizations in the OP, I would say IF women conformed to these stereotypes (they don't), they'd be perhaps easier suited for new age nonsense, but not the spiritual life as dictated by the Buddha. Speaking as a woman from the point of view on the doctrine I would say the spiritual life is pretty easy for me in theory, but not because I'm a woman, but because of my ability to understand and practice what the Buddha has taught. It's all very clear, purifying, and empowering. Now speaking as a woman holistically about the discipline, I will say that it's very difficult for women in general to practice the discipline, not because they are women, but because of what it takes to be a serious practitioner. It takes hardcore moral and mental discernment that escapes most people as a whole. Humans are creatures of habits and unintentionally do a lot of stupid things that try to counter change with their full effort. Women are certainly no exception to the rule, and I would say because of all the expectations put upon women, it's much more difficult to practice as opposed to men.
For example, for one, in our culture women are objectified in a manner that places their marketability both socially and literally on their physical appearance. This means that in order to survive in the worldly stage of affairs most ladies prioritize their looks and have to do a lot more to try and slow the flow of time which is counterproductive in the spiritual life. For men marketability both socially and literally is mostly put on their intellectual capacity, so naturally men are going to feel more pressure to seek intellectual mediums putting more access to spiritual matters in their hands. Then there's the problem of day-to-day life ritual, women and men are expected to behave in different manners. Women are expected to behave more submissively to uphold the status quo which leaves them more vulnerable to doing immoral things merely because "authority is law" and "Conformity is key". These are things that most of us, speaking as a woman and as a Buddhist, have to get out of our system before we step into the spiritual life. So as a female I would say I make a terrible girl in our society, but I'm a darned good practitioner of the Buddha Dhamma.