People probably shouldn't IF EVERY DAY. They also probably shouldn't NEVER IF.
Women claiming to have trouble with IF are actually just women with eating disorders if you ask me. It's the women that go on these crazy 1,200 calorie diets, run 5 miles a day, then restrict their already extremely low calorie intake to this artificial eating window, so they're literally starving 3/4 of their life. It's compounded. Men likely have less issues because they don't drop their calories as low as they're less obsessed with body image than women are. Men don't starvation diet to the level or as commonly as women do. That's a fact - people with eating disorders are overwhelmingly female. I strongly doubt a woman without an eating disorder will have issues with IF. It's like anything else - do it responsibly.
When was the last time anyone has seen a female athlete on a bulking diet during off-season have trouble with IF? It's always some girl starving herself where the only period she's seen in the past 4 years has been at the ones at the end of her sentences.
Don't put your trust in anyone on this forum, including me. You are the key to your own success.