I would argue the birthing costs should be attributed to the child and probably bring that balance back quite a bit. Maybe road safety spending is a male thing because men crash cars more.Actually, no. Per capita, we spend slightly more on women than men for both education and health. Mostly on account of the fact that your average woman is more likely to finish highschool, obtain a tertiary qualification, birth a baby, and live longer than your average man.
That said, the difference is trivial and obviously characterising health and education policy as gendered is stupid.
Same with sport. Foreign affairs is mostly men. Defence is mostly men. More men work than women, so maybe all Govt spending should just cease?