At the most recent Worldwide Leadership Training meeting, President Boyd K. Packer said this:
I have been very careful, and am very careful, to treat my wife with that respect and reverence that is due her in performing that thing that is of most worth for a woman in this life to live the gospel, to be the wife and the mother of the children of a worthy holder of the priesthood.
I've heard people interpret this as just saying that family is most important and that "multiply and replenish the earth" is still a commandment. If that is what he meant, I wish he would have chosen different words, especially gender-neutral terms (e.g., "that thing that is of most worth for a person in this life to live the gospel, to be a spouse and a parent in a home with a worthy priesthood holder"). However, at face value, it seems that what he's saying is that the most important thing that a woman can do is be married to a worthy priesthood holder and have his children; in other words, a woman's importance comes from her relationship with a man. Maybe President Packer believes that conversely, the most important thing for a man to do is to be married to a worthy woman and be the father of her children. If he believes that, I wish he would have said that, too. The way he said it...well, I just don't like it. The fact that he says that he pays his wife respect seems to soften it until you realize why he's respecting her—because she's married to a worthy priesthood holder (him) and is the mother of his children.