Apparent misogyny as rhetorical strategy

Frances Nesbitt Oppel interprets Nietzsche's attitude towards women as part of a rhetorical strategy.
...Nietzsche's apparent misogyny is part of his overall strategy to demonstrate that our attitudes toward sex-gender are thoroughly cultural, are often destructive of our own potential as individuals and as a species, and may be changed. What looks like misogyny may be understood as part of a larger strategy whereby "woman-as-such" (the universal essence of woman with timeless character traits) is shown to be a product of male desire, a construct.