Do Women Like Men Who Are Hunters?

Just wanted to ask this question to see if women like men who are hunters for food and sport. I talk to some girls and sometimes show them animals I have shot and wonder if they like it or not. I understand that women are sensitive to this type of activity but most animals that I shoot and harvest are to put dinner on the table for myself and my family.

Any women wanting to leave their thoughts would be greatly appreciated!
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musicepicness
I, personally, do not find hunters attractive and I would think you were weird if I came over to your house on a date and you started showing off stuff you had killed. I wouldn't call you back lol. That's creepy. My first thought upon seeing the first dead thing: "Oh my fück. I'm next. He's showing me this because I'm next! Wjoaieksmkfellsj AHHHHJ" Cue me saying "I'll be right back" and then moving to the next state and changing my name.
I think I find it unattractive because there are so many backwoods country weirdos around here that hunt. Killing animals for sport and taking pictures of yourself cradling the dead animals carcass with a huge grin on your face is extremely weird to me. To each his own, I suppose.
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GimmieThatPie
It's the hunter mentality women are supposed to find attractive, not actually being a hunter in the sense that you describe. That being said, as much as you'll hear otherwise, not all women fit into a box of what is usual. Women are people, and people are unique with their own tastes.

Some may find hunting barbaric and wouldn't bother to do anything but spit on you for killing animals.

Myself? I wouldn't like a man who hunts for sport, but I would a man who hunts solely to provide. The older I get, the more attracted I am to be more independent as such, and live off the land. For me, this would be farming and fishing to start. I wouldn't find either fun if it produced no supplement. But, I would feel a great sense of accomplishment if it did. Though hunting for meat may not be up my alley, I could appreciate it in someone else with the same sentiments as myself about farming and fishing.

I'm curious to know What you (anyone, everyone) think about women who are providers? I'm under the distinct impression that this is a basic role-reversal to what is natural or instinctual, and is in no way generally attractive to the opposite sex.
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Mopy