No, it wasn't a list of imaginary problems. Unfortunately.
I'm sure the men I work with would say there's no problems where I work either. Because they don't say things like that, or they don't mean anything by what they say, it was just a joke, it is a fact that women are different from men, or the guy who said it is an idiot. All this is true. The problem is that all the small, no-evil-intent talk do add up even if men, who are not the target, don't notice.
And of course, at some companies there really isn't a problem. At my previous company there were no such comments, and the one guy who occasionally talked about his wife's poor financial management never suggested this was "typical women". The only times anybody said anything about my appearance or clothing was when I changed my haircolour from my natural black to platinum blonde, and when I came to work in a hi-viz orange jacket. I hope that is typical, though out of four developer jobs I've had, that is the only one where there weren't any such problems.
I hope I've just had bad luck.