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Not at all. Sorry, should have quoted the post before mine that I was answering; Dirtdart asking about manspaining.This was once actual in Namibia, not sure if it still is. But, there probably is a reason for it and NAPHA supported (Namibia Proffessional hunter association):
Namibia’s Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) has released a memorandum that prohibits the posting of hunted dead animals on social media. The memorandum calls the practice of taking pictureswww.tourismupdate.co.za
I remeber there was also an editiorial on African hunting gazzete, calling for hunters to rethink about photos. The headline of editorial was "Shooting ourselves in the foot" (if I remember correctly)- I did post this article on the forum, but it was then removed.
If yours was meant to me. (throlling)
Not throlling. (after 1745 posts, and 2134 likes) just saying what I see, as possible issue and growing problem.
Prima facie, what we can see, the huntress in question, got blasted by media. Hasnt she? Why?
In regards to this lady posting what some see as gory, inflammatory pics; in this country at least, it is her choice. I wouldn't. But that would be my choice.
I do think she wants the infamy she is getting from the media. She feeds on it. It doesn't matter if I don't like it, she will continue and you and I will need to continue to represent hunters in a more respectful manner.
I know a fair number of hunters that are fed up with the peta types and the media. They have reached the point of f***'em. She comes across as one of those.
For me, I see our passion as being under assault. But the group I see as needing to convince that hunting is the best form of conservation, isn't the wacko bunny huggers. It's the regular suburbanite that doesn't hunt, and may or may not own a firearm. These are the ones that could be swayed at the ballot box either way. We need them to continue to support hunting. Inflammatory pics don't help. Just my 2 cents