God-fearing, gun-toting Bunny Hunter wants to be better female role model than Miley and Kim K
Says looking like a 'Barbie' is part of her 'camouflage.'
Gun enthusiast Bunny Hunter was recently featured in a segment on British media outlet Barcroft TV, describing her mission to empower women.
The Tampa native enjoys hunting, survival training, and educating others on self-defense and gun use, but she also has some things to say about some of today's high profile women.
She criticised some female celebrities for what she perceives as a lack of principles.
"Celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Miley Cyrus have no morals, they are terrible role models for young women," she said. "I want to show women that you don't have to act like a slut to get ahead."
Hunter, whose real name is Michelle Rovinsky, frequently posts videos and pictures online of herself holding and firing weapons while dressed in bikinis and other outfits not normally associated with firearms. She has over 11,000 YouTube subscribers, over 38,000 Facebook likes, and nearly 9,000 Instagram followers.
However, Hunter encourages others to "shed their electronic lifestyles", and says that her sexy outfits and bleached-blonde hair are a ruse.
"Someone looks at me and they think, 'What a cute little Barbie,'" she explained, the Daily Mail reports. "I see my makeup and clothes as kind of like camouflage. People let their guard down and I let them think I'm stupid if I want.
"Little do they know, they've got something coming their way if they try and mess with me."
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Hunter also described herself as a "radical, right-wing extremist", from the "gunshine state" – Florida.
"The right to bear arms – it says right there in the constitution that it's in case of a political uprise from the government," the 32-year-old said.
"I feel that a lot of the laws that have been passed or are trying to be passed have to do with that. The government is trying to strip us of our arms."
By encouraging people, especially women, to arm themselves, Hunter said she is also facilitating stronger romantic relationships.
"Every man wants a woman with whom he can share the love of the outdoors," she said. "The family that plays together, stays together."
She also described her ideal mate.
"These days men don't act like men," she explained. "I want a man who is able to fix things with his hands and isn't afraid to get dirty. Metrosexuals do nothing for me – I want a man who can handle a firearm."