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    Don't Call Me "Huntress" by Hatchet Jane

    This is where we can discuss the Article Don't Call Me "Huntress" by LRO Journalist and Editor Hatchet Jane aka (Hannah Kycek)

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    Nice article, Hannah

    I have 2 daughters, the eldest, 34.

    It's a good thing she is married because she had a hard time dating, especially when the date involved shooting, as it often does around here.

    She wasn't good at not giving her all and religiously could outshoot not some but all the boys she dated.

    When she and her sister were growing up here, we often went out after dinner to shoot clay pigeons, loser did dishes, my eldest never lost(guess she didn't like doing dishes)We had no dishwasher that wasn't hand powered.

    Here she is, shooting clay pigeons at 300 yds with her AR on Thanksgiving day, much to her husbands chagrin


    Anyway--the story is yours, as it should be but I couldn't help notice the similar attitude.

    Thanks for sharing
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    Fantastic article. Very well said Hannah. Thank you.

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    Nice read. Nicely written.
    My avatar shows a target at 1500 yds. USA guys stop hording powder so some could trickle up here in Canada. I have not seen 700X or W231 in 3 years. tks

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    Great points she makes, but I found the tone to be a bit self righteous and melodramatic. In an effort to distiguish herself as a different class of shooter, hunter, and woman, I think she overplayed her hand by just a little bit. JMHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meangreen View Post
    Great points she makes, but I found the tone to be a bit self righteous and melodramatic. In an effort to distiguish herself as a different class of shooter, hunter, and woman, I think she overplayed her hand by just a little bit. JMHO.
    You obviously donít go on Social Media much? The whores have taken over the hunting industry. They donít give a crap about hunting they just want the likes. To a woman who actually does values the hunt, itís very demeaning. I can understand Hannah wanting to speak up for the women who do it right.

    To be honest the menís side is not much better.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Avery View Post

    To be honest the men’s side is not much better.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Avery View Post
    You obviously don’t go on Social Media much? The whores have taken over the hunting industry. They don’t give a crap about hunting they just want the likes. To a woman who actually does values the hunt, it’s very demeaning. I can understand Hannah wanting to speak up for the women who do it right.
    Nope, I am not on social media such as Fakebook or Instagram or Twitter. I am on this site and another couple of similar sites, which are predominantly men.

    I don't think any of the complete assholes I have come across in social media reflect on my manhood, why would a woman believe that some random whore reflects on her individual virtue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meangreen View Post
    Nope, I am not on social media such as Fakebook or Instagram or Twitter. I am on this site and another couple of similar sites, which are predominantly men.

    I don't think any of the complete assholes I have come across in social media reflect on my manhood, why would a woman believe that some random whore reflects on her individual virtue?
    I think what is being pointed out to you is since you don't see the social media push of what are called "hashtags" which are ways of linking related posts together, one in discussion here " #huntress " and has turned into a bunch of females that don't hunt for the "Hunt" but rather for the Glorification of it and strictly for photo opportunity, Hanna wrote this to stand up for the women in the sport that do hunt for the hunt and is frankly saying don't call me a "Huntress" because she doesn't want associated with that.

    again it would be hard to understand if you don't experience "#" hashtags in the social media platforms
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    Don't Call Me "Huntress" by Hatchet Jane

    Quote Originally Posted by Meangreen View Post
    Nope, I am not on social media such as Fakebook or Instagram or Twitter. I am on this site and another couple of similar sites, which are predominantly men.

    I don't think any of the complete assholes I have come across in social media reflect on my manhood, why would a woman believe that some random whore reflects on her individual virtue?
    For a woman trying to be taken seriously in a male driven hunting world. I can totally understand her though process.

    And like Daniel has said #huntress takes on a hole different meaning on big social media.


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