Advice to others inclined to read Nietzsche: don't start with BG&E. I have dipped into Genealogy of Morals, and it seems much more digestible. Nietzsche says to start with Ecce Homo and Zarathustra is another pre-req.
Among the memorable Nietzsche quotations is one from the latter:
Thou goest to women? Do not forget thy whip.
What he had in mind might be guessed from the famous photo on the cover of my (virtual) copy of Genealogy - a picture of Lou Salome kneeling in a cart, wielding a whip, with Nietzsche and Paul Ree standing in for the donkeys.