If you have Mars in Taurus with Venus in Aries

you are . . .


The Sensual Savage


You are a competitive Mars in Taurus Lover. You are always looking for a challenge in your love life even it is just trying to top your last encounter. Even though you have this luscious capacity for physical pleasure, you are never altogether satisfied with your sexuality. No matter what kind of sex you’re getting, you find yourself wanting more, or better, or maybe just different. This restlessness often disrupts you basically conservative approach to sex and leads you into bad relationships and embarrassing situations.


On the positive side, you are the Mars in Taurus lover least likely to settle into a predictable, sensual rut in your love life. You are always ready for a new experience and not afraid to take chances. You understand that the plodding search for sensation gets boring after a while unless it is accompanied by an element of passion. This intense, even combative approach to desire makes you an exciting, provocative lover who is often hard to satisfy but always worth the trouble.

 

CELEBRITY EXAMPLES OF THE SENSUAL SAVAGE

 
Our examples for this group include three men who made hasty marriages that they latter regretted. The first is the composer Pyotr Tchaikovksy (born May 10, 1840 adb.) A homosexual, Tchaikovksy was lured into and impulsive marriage to an emotionally unstable woman. Naturally, the marriage proved to be a disaster for both parties .

The second is the abstract expressionist painter Willem De Kooning (born April 4, 1904 adb.) De Kooning married Elaine Fried, who was his student for a time. His young wife proved to be compulsively unfaithful and, even though her lovers included high-profile art critics who boosted the painter’s career, De Kooning was deeply chagrined and retreated into alcoholism. The loud, sometimes violent battles between De Kooning and Fried became a staple for parties and other gathering of the Greenwich Village set long after the couple divorced .

President Andrew Jackson (born March 15, 1767 adb) adored his wife but his impulsive Venus in Aries nature led him to marry her before she was properly divorced from her abusive and philandering first husband. Afterwards, the hot-headed Jackson was quick to challenge to a duel anyone who questioned the legality of his marriage and the honor of his bride.


Other examples of The Sensual Savage have managed, for the most part, to keep their private lives more private. There’s singer and actress Queen Latifah (born March 18, 1970 adb,) British actress Helena Bonham Carter (May 26, 1966 imdb,) Russian-born dancer Rudolph Nureyev (born March 17, 1938 adb,) actor Vince Vaughn (born March 28, 1970 wik,) and actress Ashley Judd (born April 19, 1968 wik..) This was also true of basketball star Shaquille ONeal (born March 6, 1972 adb ) until a former mistress sued him. Then we have singer Janet Jackson (born May 15, 1966 wik,) who once sang about “control” but watched public sentiment go out of control after her famous “wardrobe malfunction” at the 2004 Super Bowl festivities.

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