All of a sudden I seem to be getting a little notice from others in the hunting world. I’m not sure what happened, but my circle of friends is continually growing. And while I love making new friends who enjoy hunting and fishing as much as I do, it can be truly exhausting weeding through all of the requests. It should be as simple as accept or delete, right? Oh how I wish it was! But, for me it is a major investigation. I look at the pictures, the posts, and what has proven to be the biggest deal breaker for me, the friend’s list. You see, I have STANDARDS! That’s right, standards, morals, and ethics, and those go way beyond the hunt. These things rule every single decision I make in life, especially who I let into my small circle of friends.
I realize my opinion is not all that popular with others, and I’m okay with that. I have made it no secret how I feel about women using their bodies to get ahead in the outdoor world, or how I feel about groups such as Girls with Guns, Bikini Bass Fishing, and countless others that also use women for gain. This may come as a shock to some of you out there, but you can hunt, and even fish fully clothed! Just look at the men, they do it all the time. Now with that said, I’m not putting the blame solely on the women or the companies, a lot of it has to go to the men who continue to buy and support this type of trash. And yes, I called it trash. I know a lot of you will disagree with that statement, and that’s fine. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, including me, and I don’t ever plan to stop voicing mine.
Earlier this year, I revealed that I was on a mission to bring pride and respect back to the female hunting world, but my mission has now changed. I want to bring pride, respect, and dignity back to the entire outdoor world! (You will probably hear me say hunters a lot, but collectively I do mean all hunters and fishermen and women). I want to see standards. I have been shocked by a lot of what I have seen while investigating all the new friend requests. I’m not truly surprised by a lot of the individuals; my surprise has been more about what hunting groups and organizations allow.
So, what exactly do I mean by that last statement? Well, it’s pretty simple. Know who represents you! There are so many groups out there trying to make it big in the outdoor world. And, how do they get big really fast? Easy. They grow their field staff and Prostaff. Here is the problem with that, they are so eager to grow they don’t always take a good look at who they are putting on their staff. I’ve been truly shocked by some of the “so-called” staff I have seen out there. I am a Female Prostaff Coordinator for another group, and let me tell you, I check out these ladies before they are brought on. Not only do I check out the women, but the owner of the group also has me investigate the men, as well, before he brings them on board. Standards are in place. I wish I could say this for all groups, organizations, and companies out there.
Not only have I seen the problem with field staff, sadly sometimes it is the owners and the actual group or organization, itself. Many of them have some very sketchy friends on their list. So, why does it matter who they are friends with? What business is it of mine? Well, it’s simple, your friends say a lot about what type of person (or group/company) you are. If you are a man, group, organization, or company, and the majority of your friends are half-naked women, you obviously have no standards and are not someone I want to associate with. And, what’s really sad, is the fact that some of the worst offenders of this are either married men or those claiming to be Christians. As for the women with their sex chat pages or half-naked pics of themselves, yes, a lot of them claim to be Christians as well. I find this to be absolutely appalling! No true Christian man or woman would be associated with anything of this nature!
As I stated earlier, I realize my opinion may not be popular. I will probably even lose some friends over this, and I’m perfectly fine with that! One of my newer friends, who is a hunting and fishing lady with a lot of class, pointed out to me the other day, “It is about the quality of your friends, not the quantity”. And, she is right. So, I plan to move forward with my mission. I actually blocked over 200 men the other day, just off of 2 posts made by 1 woman. I was surprised to see some of these men were actually on my friend’s list. Occasionally one slips through the cracks, and when I find them, they are quickly removed! Maybe my standards are too high. Am I expecting too much? Are ethics and morals truly a thing of the past? All I can say, is I hope not, because I am on a mission. It’s time to start “Hunting for A Better Class”.
Okay, to sum it all up, if you are on my personal friend’s list, chances are I already consider you to be in “A Better Class”. And, let me be clear here, this is not about being better than anybody else. This is 100% about ethics, morals, and standards. This is about weeding out the men who are looking at women as sex objects, it’s about getting rid of women who think it’s okay to take off their clothes or show a little extra skin just to get ahead. This is about setting standards and sticking to them. This is about respect, dignity, and class.
So, are you “A Better Class” of hunter? Do you want to connect with other people who have the same passion for the outdoors, and a higher set of standards? Then I invite you to join my new group. This will be a family and kid friendly page where other hunters and fishermen and women can go to share their stories, pics, advice, and even ask questions. All members will be personally approved by administration. Unethical, immoral, rude, and lewd behavior will not be tolerated. This is meant to be a positive and inspiring group. I am looking for people who want to be role models, not just models. We need to set a good example for the future generations, and this is how it starts. Ready to show your support for Hunting for A Better Class? Join us today!