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Topic - Lily Raff Mccaulou
Lily Raff McCaulou is from suburban Washington, D.C. She attended a New England liberal arts college, then moved to New York City to work in independent film production. There were no hunters among her family and friends. She "grew up terrified of guns."
Ms. McCaulou writes that "hunting is a final frontier of feminism," and suggests that women may be "the key to reviving hunting and fishing in the United States."
She tells us in clear, well-crafted prose of her evolution from city girl to experienced hunter.