In a culture that so devalues men, is this really needed? (And, at Princeton?) The College Fix reports that Princeton administrators are so concerned about rape, molestation, and abuse that they have hired a person certified to combat these social ills: 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. According to the job description, the men’s manager will develop educational programs targeting the apparent “high-risk campus-based populations for primary prevention of interpersonal violence, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, and stalking.” The job posting implicitly refers to men as perpetrators and women as victims. The position may also implement a mandatory “accountability program for students accused of sexual misconduct under Title IX,” it adds. Seriously? If I were the parent of a son considering Princeton as a viable academic option, the administration’s assessment of its male students would not give me confidence. If I were the parent of a daughter considering Princeton, the administration’s assessment of its male students would not give me confidence. I guess it’s all a moot point, because I wouldn’t be the parent of a kid considering Princeton as a viable academic option. Because sending your child to an Ivy League university, now with all of its hysterical PC indoctrination, is tantamount to abuse in my book. Hey, maybe Princeton should hire a “Interpersonal Abuse Prevention Clinician to Prevent Political Correctness Overload” next? Then, maybe we could talk.