One thing in particular I think that women miss a lot is information and doctrines related to the Priesthood. I've heard ladies ask at times "why is he telling us about Priesthood stuff" when a Bishop took the opportunity to teach the Relief Society about the Priesthood. The Priesthood is as important to the ladies as it is to the men, although possibly in different ways, so I would hope they would learn how the Priesthood fits into the gospel.
When I was a young man and talked to my Bishop to tell him I was taking a vacation that could lead to a lengthy absence if all worked well, because I was asking a young woman in another state to marry me. He said that was fine because I was worth more to the church married than I was single at that time of my life. (I suppose some might wish to debate that.) Sister Dew asserts that the more we know and understand the gospel the more useful we are to the Lord. I suspect that is true.
She concludes quoting President Hinckley and then commenting: "'The gospel makes so much sense!'...It is the good news. And the more we probe its depth and breadth, the more likely we will be able, regardless of the opposition, to once again stand loyally by God and by Jesus, and to do so without so much as even flinching at the onslaught of the world."