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the k. podcast

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This is the very first episode of “k.”, the podcast all about dating. I’m your host, Chelsea Rae. I’m a graduate student at Loyola University Chicago, and I wanted to develop a podcast about the current status of our dating culture. We all know that dating can be one of the best or the worst experiences we ever have to go through. I know my dating life has been a roller coaster, but I wanted to hear from other people. I wanted to get their dating stories; the good, the bad; and the mortifying. Because let’s face it, everyone has had bad dates, awkward sexual experiences, and strange hypothetical conversations. And at the very least, we should be able to laugh about them. That’s how “k.” was born.

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The way we communicate with each other has pretty much dwindled down into one letter:


It’s the new “fine”.

“k” can mean a thousand different things depending on how you use it, but generally it means

“this conversation is over”.

Well, I want to change that. I’m going to keep the conversation going. And this conversation is about dating…

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In every episode, we will talk about a special dating topic with people just like you about what it means to connect with others in the hopes of finding a romantic connection. From Tinder and texting to love letters and long distance, we’ll cover every aspect of dating from the perspectives of various ages, genders, races, sexual orientations, religions, and experiences. I’ll chat with friends, family, and strangers about dating, mating, and everything in between. We’ll learn a little, laugh a lot, and hopefully figure out this crazy thing called dating.

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[box type=”note” bg=”#ef0065″ color=”#ffffff” border=”#” radius=”0″]In this episode, we’ll talk about how we define dating… Everyone dates. For a lot of people, dating means hunting down that long awaited soulmate and slapping a ring on their finger before anyone else can get their hands on them. For others, it means experiencing exciting new places, different people, and creative sexual positions while purposely removing the word commitment from their vocabulary. To hear what these five men and women have to say, press play.[/box]

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Episode 2 Coming in November: “Try a Little Tinder-ness”


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