The class (like most honors classes) are predominately female. One girl said that Nietzsche was a mysognist. I defended him, and must remember to make a point to bring him back up next week. If for nothing else than the below aphorism is not the work of a mysognist in any way.
The perfect woman is a higher type of human being than the perfect man: also something much rarer. - The natural science of the animals offers a means of demonstrating the truth of this proposition. -from Human, All Too Human
Now, it may be a touchy subject, but any and all imput is appreciated, to know what kind of criticism such a comment and any other things I could cite he wrote that explain his views on women clearly.
And yes, I know about Lou Salomé and Paul Ree. Course comments on them are welcome, as I am not all knowing--just mildly informed.