Now from world o'crap I get this delightful Dobson quote.
I strongly recommend that parents of strong-willed and rebellious females, especially, quietly keep track of the particulars of their daughters’ menstrual cycles. Not only should you record when their periods begin and end each month, but also make a comment or two each day about moods.
Hey - that's nice for a teenage girl isn't it? Her dad not only keeps records of her menstruation, but 'makes a comment or two each day about moods' when she's on the rag. Nothing unhealthy or demeaning about that is there?
But it's not just teenage girls who get affected by female hormones, oh no.
A severely menopausal woman may accuse her innocent and bewildered husband of infidelity.
EDIT. Credit where it's due. I took the time to read Dobson's other articles on parenting teenagers (linked on the right of his page), and I found them to be quite sensible and moderate