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  • KNOT: 20 Questions, Winter 2016

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    In the spirit of the popular MTV Canada series, 1 Girl 5 Gays, join the 2 girls and 1 gay as we answer 20 questions about love and life live on air! You never really know what type of questions will be asked, and the most fun part is – neither do we! The questions are all mostly random and spontaneous. Call in and play along with us. You’ll never be more entertained with us.

  • KNOT: Is Waiting For Someone Acceptable?

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    In a world where people are constantly attempting to fulfill their love lives, when is it acceptable to wait for someone else, if it is acceptable at all? Often people have circumstances inhibiting their attempts to become part of a couple. Anything from being married, to going through a divorce, emotional unavailability, jailed, financial issues, and more can get in the way of love. However, are there any acceptable reasons to put your life on hold while you wait for another person to get prepared for you? Is it acceptable to ask another to wait while you sort out your life? Call in and talk with us about it. We can hardly wait to hear your input. 

  • KNOT: How Do You Deal with Hypocrisy and Discrimination?

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    We live in a world where being the “other” means much more than being different – it means “not being as good as. While many people openly preach equality and loving all people, the practice does not seem to be in line with the message. What can be done? When people are being openly discriminated against, do you stand up, or ignore it because you are not the victim? Or do you join in the discrimination because you agree with it? Is it hypocritical to believe in “equality”, but with stipulations? What do you do when faced with a person who discriminates and/or is hypocritical? Join us on this polarizing topic and lend your voice to an important conversation.

  • KNOT: Why Do We Seem to Perpetually Date the Same (Type of) Person

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    Let’s face it, except for a few of people in the world who were lucky enough to marry their first-love or high school sweetheart, the rest of us spend inordinate amounts of time weeding through the garden of dating, desperately searching for our rose. What seems to often happen is we find ourselves in a vicious cycle in the world of dating. We meet, get to know each other and realize we need to start a new search. Yet, somehow we are not getting to know the each other at all, as when we “move on” – we realize we are dating a different version of the same person with the same “qualities”. How does this happen? Why does this happen? Let’s talk about it tonight! Call in and give us your stories and advice on how to break the cycle – or not start it at all.

  • Tantalizing pleasures with Angie

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    SPEND A HOT AND JUICY EVENING WITH ANGIE, MARC AND ME AS WE TURN UP AND KICK IT.

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