Why are women adapting so easy in the hunting world, they are gatherers, right? We men are the hunters!
In todays world women made a smooth transaction in the work place, now in the woods they are making the transaction.
Why? is this? We were the providers ever since the Garden of Eden, they need to cook and clean around the campfire, the log cabin now in our homes.
I have a theory about this, it is all about being macho, Mochissmo, manly, need to shoot fast, need to be strong…feed the ego…grunt,grunt, grunt.
Men want to be stronger, faster than the next guy we were raised to do this. To be the alpha male is what we strive for to be the best.
This happens in the woods the work place everywhere.
So, let me ask you this, do you want to feed your ego or your belly? Your choice…drive safely
Hmmm…truly food for thought, somewhat a twist on which I would propose the weaker sex, you or I. You know that me of all people would reply to this! Of course, with the understanding that what you post is YOUR OPINION and what I am posting is MY OPINION.
The world has come, in many situations, to a weaker strand of sexes…trust has been thrown to the wind and characters questionably bordering the gray line…from peer pressure? From greed? From pride? Who knows, and presumptively who cares anymore from the looks of it.
Well, I do! I don’t hunt to satisfy or upset YOUR apple cart. I hunt because it allows me to feel independent. Strong. Self assured. I don’t measure my worth in my ability to hunt, nor should my male counter part. But in my world, satiety has NOTHING to do with pleasing ANYBODY else but myself. I set goals that NOBODY else would even seem fit or worth the effort, but to me I couldn’t get anymore pride out of reaching that hunting or shooting sport goal than I would in having the cleanest house on the block or the best tasting apple pie at the fair.
Men and women are truly made of different fibers…and together, I believe they become WHOLE. I am thankful, more so now after reading your post, that I have a man in my life that TRULY appreciates his hunting wife.
Good luck to you this season. Hunt hard, harvest ethically and may your drag be short.