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There is nothing more insulting or raises more heckles in the feminist thinning ranks than mentioning the obvious. The previous post dared to mention that women reported in sick more often than men do, a definite no no..
There have been other occasions where being critical of women have been met with hysterics and denial. We have often mentioned the fact that women are the greater child abusers and murderers. We have demonstrated that female teachers just cannot help themselves by having sex with school boys. We have also shown that women are more prone to taking drugs, be it medical or otherwise, as a recent article showed that cocaine use by women were sky-rocketing. We have demonstrated that women are making more false rape claims now than ever before and yet that does not get the exposure it deserves and is left up to the False Rape Society to do all the legwork as the media is just not interested in making any comment that may be deemed by feminists to be even slighly true or in their opinion, maybe has some slight possibility of being negative..a no no..

So whenever anything is raised about the normal menstrual cycle that women suffer monthly, that is, every month by month by twelve times a year and occasionally even more as it's normally a 28 day cycle and you don't have to be a mathematician to do the sums..

So what affect does that "period" have on the female psyche and how much is she influenced by that endless hormonal flow, is not anything that self deluded feminists want exposed especially not feminists who already are well aware of it's affect and we can read and hear that affect in their rather inhuman comments as if they are constantly under it's control..

Let me count the ways that women are inflicted, overwhelmed, enveloped, overtaken, affected but this normal monthly cycle..
This first bit of fine research demonstrates how women are affected on a different level and something that one is normally not even aware of. It could well be the case that if a woman rejects you today, it may well be worth a try to do it again in a fortnight's time as her cycle actually changes her opinion of you. This may explain how some women will reject you one week and later think you are the greatest guy who walked the earth a week later..

Okay, so it is complicated..

Menstrual cycle variation in women's preferences for the scent of symmetrical men.
Steven W. Gangestad
1 and Randy Thornhill2

Evidence suggests that female sexual preferences change across the menstrual cycle. Women's extra–pair copulations tend to occur in their most fertile period, whereas their intra–pair copulations tend to be more evenly spread out across the cycle. This pattern is consistent with women preferentially seeking men who evidence phenotypic markers of genetic benefits just before and during ovulation. This study examined whether women's olfactory preferences for men's scent would tend to favour the scent of more symmetrical men, most notably during the women's fertile period. College women sniffed and rated the attractiveness of the scent of 41 T–shirts worn over a period of two nights by different men. Results indicated that normally cycling (non–pill using) women near the peak fertility of their cycle tended to prefer the scent of shirts worn by symmetrical men. Normally ovulating women at low fertility within their cycle, and women using a contraceptive pill, showed no significant preference for either symmetrical or asymmetrical men's scent. A separate analysis revealed that, within the set of normally cycling women, individual women's preference for symmetry correlated with their probability of conception, given the actuarial value associated with the day of the cycle they reported at the time they smelled the shirts. Potential sexual selection processes and proximate mechanisms accounting for these findings are discussed.

So even explaining the presence of the "pill" which of it's own accord changes the female perception of you, we also have an additional cycle to deal with as well..

Birth Control Pills Shown to Alter Structure of Women's Brains.. An excerpt..
The Brain Research study prompted breathless news reports suggesting that the pill makes you smarter. But Kinsley and Meyer point out that the brain works like a "neural beehive," and disturbing one part of the hive could impact the other. The fact that one brain region becomes larger than the next does not mean a woman on hormones is more intelligent or effective. It is also possible that her brain is going haywire. (Kinsley and Meyer actually use the word "catawampus.")
We will have to preserve that one for later.."catawampus."..

And from LiveScience we have these interesting facts..
The cycle The typically 28-day menstrual cycle involves the physiological changes that occur in a woman to prepare for a possibility of pregnancy. It is controlled by the reproductive hormone system.
A cycle is divided into four parts and starts on the first day of menstruation, which is the shedding of tissue and blood from the womb.  In the follicular phase, a dominant ovarian follicle—which is a sack that contains the ova, or egg—grows, becoming ready to ovulate. The mature egg is then released in the phase known as ovulation around day 12. The cycle ends with the fertile phase.
Why do Feminists DENY women have periods..?
Menstrual cycle
The menstrual cycle is a series of physiological changes that can occur in fertilefemales. Overt menstruation (where there is blood flow from the uterus through the vagina) occurs primarily in humans and close evolutionary relatives such aschimpanzees.[1] Females of other species of placental mammal undergo estrous cycles, in which the endometrium is completely reabsorbed by the animal (covert menstruation) at the end of its reproductive cycle. This article focuses on thehuman menstrual cycle.The menstrual cycle, under the control of the endocrine system, is necessary forreproduction. It is commonly divided into three phases: the follicular phase,ovulation, and the luteal phase; although some sources use a different set of phases: menstruation, proliferative phase, and secretory phase.[2] The length of each phase varies from woman to woman and cycle to cycle, though the average menstrual cycle is 28 days.[3] Menstrual cycles are counted from the first day of menstrual bleeding. Hormonal contraception interferes with the normal hormonal changes with the aim of preventing reproduction.

And some further reading on these previous posts..

Women become smarter and nicer only for seven days of their monthly cycle...