No, it just confirms what I wrote in the second post above. These both tables also just reflect that the total number of women / girls participating in the sport and likely the dedication to or intensity of training is much lower, leading to much easier competition.
Try this: look up the IAAF score for 3000 m and the 3000 m steeplechase, both tables for men and compare it. A 9:00 3000 is rated equally to a 10:08 3000 m SC there, where you just can see that the steeplechase is an event with much lower competition. Equal to a 9:00 would be something like 9:30 to 9:45 at worst.
Now you get an impression on how these calculations work, maybe
So I stay with it: 2:12 women is not worth more than about 1:58 for men regarding same talent and amount of training. When you are female it is just easier to get a higher top list or championship ranking, though, because less other females are interested.