I go through fits of reading Instapundit, usually about a month at a time every year. I consider it valuable, but I do eventually tire of it. He has his hobbyhorses, somewhat different than mine, and it is good to catch up.
He is very big on the college feminists' complaints about sexual assault, trigger warnings, rape culture, and the like. The incidents he tracks are indeed harrowing. It occurred to me to turn the telescope around and look at this from the opposite magnification. There are of course women who have been abused and assaulted and experience PTSD in milder or more intense forms.
Some of them go to college.
When they get to college, they will gravitate to philosophies and perspectives that provide some explanation that will help them cope. A particular brand of victim feminism is one of those, though there are others. In adopting those beliefs, they will be a strong basis for a community (or, if you prefer, a Petri dish), waiting for others to drop in. Some of those who drop in will be real victims, others will be histrionics/narcissists who need to feel like victims because they cannot endure the annihilation of being unimportant despite their many advantages.
Either way, their responses should not dictate culture to the rest of us. The poor souls who were abused need rescue and compassion, not politics. They will get more misery and less relief there. The narcissists - well, I don't know what they need. I don't know what fixes that - but they don't need to be given the referee's whistle. It does them no good and ruins the lives of everyone else.