The last time we checked in on WorldNetDaily columnist Carl Jackson, he was mansplaining that because feminists are sluts, men don't have to act mature (but he didn't explain why it's the job of women to make men mature or why he's relieved men of that responsibility).
Jackson doubles down on that attitude on his Aug. 27 column, which is devoted to attacking "radical feminism" and once again blaming them for the state of manhood:
Sadly, radical feminists leave victims in their wake that are rarely considered. Such is the case with the two individuals I spoke with over the weekend. By the way, they don’t know each other, nor have they ever met. However, they’re perspective as singles of different sexes wanting to marry was eerily similar. Both of them are relatively young, under 30, and attractive. The guy explained to me that the women he encounters don’t want to be tied down. He attributed this to radical feminism. He admitted that although he wanted to settle down, he and his millennial friends felt as though that wouldn’t be possible until he was about 35 years old. Why? That’s how long he and his friends figured it would take for the women they knew to let go of the radical feminist pose in exchange for a husband. In other words, they were waiting until the women were done being played by men. Until then, they figured they’d sit back and play along with the “feminist game.”
Likewise, the female I spoke to had been played by a guy she hoped to settle down with. He was living two separate lives, and when he was caught he explained to both women that he wanted to continue seeing them, but with no strings attached. Thank God my friend didn’t go for that. However, she was convinced that this guy had gotten away with playing the field because ladies today make it so easy for men. Therefore, women like her are forced to sit on the sideline, hoping men will mature enough to want to settle down and marry them. Unfortunately, by ignoring the basic physiological and emotional differences between men and women, feminists have helped cultivate the type of men they claim to despise.
In short, radical feminists haven’t created better men. They’ve created confused and immature little boys that will never grow up, because they don’t have to.
Again, Jackson pretends that men don't have agency, despite eons of Western civilization being largely patriarchial. If men are too immature to properly deal with a relationship, isn't at least half their fault?
Jackson also rants against the existence of the pay gap between men and women, citing a right-wing Heritage Foundation writer blaming "women's intentional job choices" for the gap and asserting that "the “pay gap” argument hasn’t been a major issue for over a half century, but that hasn’t stopped radical feminists from lying to their followers." (Here's an argument that the pay gap does, in fact, exist.)
In other words, Jackson is just doing more mansplaining.