Are young men at Princeton University violent, aggressive, hypermasculine, stalkers, or rapists? A new position at the Ivy League institution indicates campus officials apparently think enough of its male students grapple with such problems that it warrants hiring a certified clinician dedicated to combating them. The university is in the process of hiring an “Interpersonal Violence Clinician and Men’s Engagement Manager” who will work with a campus office called

SHARE that’s dedicated to “survivors” of sexual harassment, assault, dating violence, and stalking.  According to SHARE, one in four female undergrads experienced such misconduct during the 2015-16 school year. The men’s manager will also launch initiatives to challenge “gender stereotypes,” and expand the school’s Men’s Allied Voices for a Respectful and Inclusive Community, a self-described “violence prevention program” at Princeton that often bemoans “toxic masculinity” on its Facebook page. READ MORE