@x_woman: Oh, I get it. I hope by the tone of my previous post that it is clear that I find the title petty and stupid and really a sad reflection on the limitations of the creator's own stunted views of women.
Now, it's been a while since I was a mod, so I don't know if the title can be changed, but I suggest @bumpyboo and @wildvine, as they are fantastically objective mod-ladies who could let you know if this crusade is worth it. And, so as not to have this just be a "lady" issue, @majinblackheart and @sc are also fantastic keepers of the peace.
@x_woman: I think this has less to do with bodily function and more to do with an immature approach to the sometimes hormonal effects of someone on their period - as in, the character might be a bit more moody and that would not go well for the dude-bro stuck in arrested development who made the list, provided he ever even had a chance to be close to the character in order to piss them off and suffer at their hands in the first place.
When you say the title is "disgusting", it seems you might be projecting a bit. Look at it from another angle, ignore it, or actually tag a mod that might do something. This forum is more for engineers (who don't really frequent our site all that much).
@kalrot: @darkside_of_the_sun: An old style guide would not include dreams, flashbacks, or illusions. These don't typically advance a character's story, and they don't technically "appear" in the book themselves.
Also, a character that is impersonated should not be added - but a note can be added in the description. For instance, Marvel's Domino appeared in about 14 issues before it was revealed that it was really Copycat impersonating her. Domino was then removed from each issue, a note added, and Copycat credited with the appearances.
It's essentially a half-baked way for our owners to show that they "care" about our wiki without actually giving us something useful. "See?" They ask us. "See? Wiki content is on the front page. Now we can ignore you for another ten years."
@alphamon: I see the blog button on your profile, as well as the blogs you wrote. Sometimes mods get special privileges (like seeing buttons and whatnot that regular users can't), so I thought I'd tag in and say a regular user can see the button. Now the engineers know that it's likely just your profile having issues.