The love of hunting, and the skill to be a successful hunter are many times passed on through generations. Often thought of as a “boys only” experience, some fortunate girls are out in the woods and fields harvesting organic meat for their families. Perhaps it’s the positive influence of women in the hunting industry, through television and social media, showing their huntress pride. Maybe this is proving to both girls and their families that it’s o.k. to hunt. No matter what, the sport of hunting needs to continue, and the only way for that to happen is to teach and support the next generation of hunters.
Sadly though, some of these young hunters are being bullied for showing their huntress pride and displaying their passion for the outdoors. This isn’t anything new to the ladies of the hunting industry, a few even shared their experiences with bullying in a post at Women’s Outdoor News. Well, the ladies of the hunting industry are now ready to stand up and show their support to the next generation of huntresses.
I have decided to spearhead the, “She’s got your back!” project. Through news, social media and other sources I will be linking up bullied huntresses with women of the hunting industry. I’m hoping through this project the next generation of hunters realizes that we care and we’ve got their back. We want them to feel empowered to stand up for themselves and show their …
Although I expect more ladies to come on board, the following have already responded to my initial shout out for support …
Thank you for being part of my next adventure. Stay tuned for more information both through this website and Michelle Cerino – Princess Gunslinger & Adventuress on Facebook.