If you have Mars in Virgo with Venus in Aries 

you are . . .

The Basically Bold Lover

You are an eager and aggressive Lover who makes more noise and is more prone to brag than the typical Mars in Virgo individual. You are also more inclined to get caught up in your passions. In your case, cool-head analysis is employed only after the lovemaking is over and, quite often, after the mistake has been made. This makes you a more spirited Mars in Virgo Lover but not always a wiser one.

You are the most energetic Lover of this type and the least likely to settle for less than the best. You are constantly looking for challenges in your love life and you expect more from your relationships than mere physical gratification. You need to be proud of your partners, to see them and yourself as strong and heroic. However, this sexual egotism doesn’t always make you any less expeditious in your approach to sex. You have no patience with the artificial posturing of romance and, of all the Mars in Virgo Lovers; you may be the most unabashed proponent of the “quickie.”



Our outstanding celebrity example of The Basically Bold Lover is the actress and 1950s sex symbol, Jayne Mansfield (born April 19, 1933 abd.) Mansfield was an extremely ambitious woman determined to use her more than ample bosom and her unflagging appetite for publicity to achieve stardom. She used sex to gain attention and to reward men who had helped her but she was also capable of laughing at her figure and the effect it had on men. For a while her down-to-earth sexuality seemed a profitable counterpoint to her tragic and insecure competitor in the blond bombshell market, Marilyn Monroe, but Hollywood executives and audiences soon tired of Mansfield’s one note appeal and her career withered.

Other examples include actor Robert Downey Jr. (born April 4, 1965 abd,) actress Christina Ricci (born Feb. 12, 1980 wik,) musician and singer Stevie Wonder (born May 13, 1950 abd) and 1960s television star (Bewitched) Elizabeth Montgomery (born Apr. 15, 1933 abd.)