If you have Mars in Sagittarius with Venus in Taurus

you are . . .


The Lusty Love Child


You are the most sensual of the Mars in Sagittarius Lovers and this gives you the ability to turn all that passionate energy into a really good time. You are a very adept and sensuous Lover, someone who combines spontaneity with a slow appreciation of sensation, but you are still plagued with an inherent mistrust of your body and physical pleasure in general that is bound to disrupt many a pleasant moment. Often your sexuality seems at odds with itself as you seek to balance your principles against your fondness for erotic fun.



You are more conservative than most Lovers of this type and you appreciate consistency and continuity in your relationships just as much as you value your independence. Practicality tends to overrule passion in your sexual choices and your reckless curiosity is tempered by a strong dose of lazy narcissism. You need a partner who can give the sense of stability and conventionality without inhibiting your ability to strike off on your own on a whim and, since you are such an exciting and sensual Lover, you may just be able to find someone willing to strike such a deal.

 

CELEBRITY EXAMPLES OF THE LUSTY LOVE CHILD

An example The Lusty Love Child who waited until late in life to discover his conservative side is the actor, director, producer and noted political activist Warren Beatty (born March 30, 1937 adb.) Ranging from Bridget Bardot to Madonna, the list of Beatty’s sexual conquest reads like a “who’s who” of the most beautiful women of the mid 20th century. Unlike many womanizing movie stars, he was never tempted to marry any of his famous paramours until, in 1993, when he married Annette Bening and settled into happy monogamy.


Also in this group we have country singer Merle Haggard (born Apr. 6, 1937 adb,) whose plain, working-man’s music expresses the pain of growing up poor, a stint in San Quinton prison and five marriages. Other examples include German tennis champion Steffi Graf (born June 14, 1969 adb,) angry rapper turned mainstream actor and screenwriter Ice Cube (born June 15, 1969 wik,) military man and former Secretary of State Colin Powell (born April 5, 1937 adb,) and playwright Henrik Ibsen (born March 20, 1828 adb,) noted for his strong, free-thinking female characters.

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