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A while back we briefly linked a service called Mon.thly.Info, which helps keep track of when your period’s due.

The PMS Buddy is the horrible, sexist version!

The blurb:

PMSBuddy.com is a free service created with a single goal in mind: to keep you aware of when your wife, girlfriend, mother, sister, daughter, or any other women in your life are closing in on “that time of the month” – when things can get intense for what may seem to be no reason at all.

For women, this is a great way to give people in your life a heads-up of when you might be feeling a bit irritable without having an awkward conversation.

What’s more, we will not only keep you informed, but will give you some free advice on what to do about it. With PMSBuddy.com, there is no reason to ever be blindsided by PMS again.

PMSBuddy.com – Saving relationships, one month at a time!

However, it’s the little details on the website that really ticked me off. There’s just something about their ‘national alert’ meter, tracking the number of women apparently due their periods, that makes me feel ‘irrationally’ angry and annoyed!

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Via Feministing