Sensually Speaking
About Sensually Speaking
Sensually Speaking is an adult-oriented night-time feature on Algoa FM that unites Clinical Sexologist Leandie Buys with Algoa FM's Queenie Grootboom on Thursday Nights from 8.30pm till 9pm.

Tackling a wide range of issues from sexual health and safety to relationships as well a sensual tips for the bedroom, Sensually Speaking aims to improve your relationship through open and honest communication. You are always encouraged to send in your questions either via email, sms or call-ins and discuss these topics with expert guests.

Note: Sensually Speaking is not for sensitive listeners. Topics discussed are of an adult nature and not recommended for children.

Visit Leandie Buys' website by clicking on the following link: 

http://www.leandiebuys.co.za






Latest Posts
12:04 (GMT+2), Tue, Tuesday, April 23, 2013
 Sensually Speaking has been on air for almost 5 years, and this week will be our final show on Algoa FM. This week, we are inviting all of our loyal listeners to SMS or email us to tell us the biggest lesson you learned from Sensually Speaking. Send your comments to the Algoa FM studio on 41851 (VAS rates apply) or phone in live on 0822 838 955 during the show I will be giving away 3 signed copies of my book, Seaso... read more

12:01 (GMT+2), Tue, Tuesday, April 16, 2013
 Due to the vast amount of questions we received last week we will have another “Ask Leandie” on Sensually Speaking this week. Do you need advice on your relationship? Do you have sexual health related questions? You will get to hear the answers to questions like this and so many others: • What can I do I am trying my best to keep my wife happy, but she keeps flirting with other men recently ... read more

15:47 (GMT+2), Wed, Wednesday, April 10, 2013
 Do you need advice on your relationship? Do you have sexual health related questions? You will get to hear the answers to questions like this and so many others: • Everything in my relationship is great – Except for the Sex! I love my partner but there’s no sexual chemistry! Can this change? • When I have sex I only last a couple of minutes. She feels offended and I am disappointed. What c... read more

08:51 (GMT+2), Fri, Friday, April 05, 2013
 Last night Leandie Buys couldn't join Us in studio because she is still recovering from her Op. I'm appreciative of the fact that even though she has a lot on her plate at the moment in terms of Her health she still made some time for Us by compiling a list of helpful pointers for parents when they are having the Talk with their children. I tried to share some of my favourites tips with you last night and here are the... read more

19:18 (GMT+2), Wed, Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Every parent struggles to identify the best time to have the ‘birds and the bees’ talk with their child….. • Should we wait for him/her to ask about sex? • Should we wait for him/her to hit puberty? • Should it be something that we talk about at all? It is difficult to talk to your kids about sex. Everyone has a different idea on how to go about it, whether it is based on their religio... read more

10:52 (GMT+2), Wed, Wednesday, March 27, 2013
  Please note that there will be no Sensually Speaking this week. Sensually Speaking will back on air on Thursday, 4 April at 20h30.... read more

09:22 (GMT+2), Mon, Monday, March 18, 2013
 SENSUALLY SPEAKING, Thursday, 21 March 2013: Please note that there will be no Sensually Speaking this week. Sensually Speaking will be back on Thursday, 28 March at 20h30. Due to vast amount of questions we are receiving every week we are bringing back "Ask Leandie" where Leandie will answer your questions. Tune in to Sensually Speaking on Thursday, 28 March at 20h30 and sms or email (even anonymously... read more

16:14 (GMT+2), Thu, Thursday, March 14, 2013
 Treating all three these sexual concerns are hard, especially for the men that present with them in my practice. I also see the devastating affect that it has on their partners especially if there is no open communication between partners. However, I also see the success in couples when they show understanding for their partners and the willingness to seek sex therapy. I have on numerous shows expressed the importance... read more

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Quick Polls
Affairs: Which kind is worse?
Physical cheating is worse – having sex with someone that’s not your partner breaks all trust in the relationship. I can’t recover from that.
Emotional cheating is worse – an emotional bond is stronger than physical attraction.
Both are equally bad, and relationships can’t be repaired after physical or emotional cheating.
Both are bad, but I’m still willing to work through both betrayals with my partner to completely heal my relationship