The school is apparently using male students to do this. Imagine calling women “toxic” on a college campus.

The College Fix reports:

‘Reconstructing masculinity’ effort at University of Oregon works to end ‘oppression’

A Men’s Center at the University of Oregon is hiring two paid student directors for the 2018-19 school year to help fight so-called toxic masculinity on campus in an attempt at “ending oppression.”

“If you are passionate about reconstructing masculinity, men’s health and wellness, and social justice advocacy, then come join our team,” states a flier posted on the University of Oregon Men’s Center Facebook page.

The group states it wants to revise what may be considered traditional masculinity into something that ends “oppression,” according to its website.

“The Men’s Center…is dedicated to creating spaces and events where people of all genders and identities can work collectively toward constructing a more positive masculinity. We are committed to raising awareness about the intersection of men’s health and social justice issues and exploring ways for men to play a more active role in ending oppression,” the site states.

The flier for the job positions includes Student Director of Team Development and Finance, as well as Student Director Education and Outreach. Both jobs include a $150 monthly stipend.

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