If you have Mars in Virgo with Venus in Leo

you are . . .


The Basically Superior Lover


You are a sexual perfectionist always searching for a better and more powerful erotic experience. This doesn’t mean you can’t have quick, expedient sex. You approach each sexual encounter with such optimism that even the most insignificant erotic moment can have the potential for greatness. Your enthusiasm for sex is quite infectious and you typically have little trouble finding people willing to accompany you on your quest for the ultimate pleasure.


You are such an exciting Lover that people don’t often realize just how egocentric your sexual perfectionism can be. It is, after all, all about you — your pleasure, your desires, your body. You are an extraordinarily generous Lover and you can be very patient but the full intensity of your erotic nature is only going to be ignited when it’s your turn to be the center of attention. There’s no need to worry, of course, because the heat of that passionate fire is sufficient to warm the bodies of all concerned.

 

CELEBRITY EXAMPLES OF THE BASICALLY SUPERIOR LOVER

It's interesting that among our examples of The Basically Superior Lover we have two women who have been tagged "Lolitas." The first is actress Sue Lyon (born July 10, 1946,) who played Lolita in the Stanley Kubrick film. The second is convicted criminal Amy Fisher (born Aug. 21, 1974 adb.) At age 16 Fisher began an affair with an older married man named Joey Buttafuoco. Upset because Buttafuoco seemed unwilling to leave his wife, who was unaware of their relationship, Fisher arrived at her rival’s front door and shot her in the face. Mrs. Buttafuoco survived, Fisher and Mr. Buttafuoco went to jail and the three major TV networks all produced “docudramas” about the tawdry affair. After her release for prison Fisher began a career as a porn star.

Another example of this type who spent some time in jail and starred in pornographic movies is John Holmes (Aug. 8, 1944 wik.) In a profession where size matters, Holmes boasted the biggest and he became a very popular performer, both with his audience and his female co-stars until drug abuse brought out the dark side of his sexual narcissism.

Other examples of this type include Sylvester Stallone (born July 6, 1946 adb,) actress Gwyneth Paltrow (born Sept. 27, 1972 wik,) actress Amy Adams (born Aug. 20, 1974 wik) and actress Carole Lombard (born Oct. 6, 1908 adb.) In the 1930s she and Clark Gable, were Hollywood’s most famous couple. Plain-spoken and hilariously earthy, Lombard enjoyed making fun of Gable’s “love god” image, calling him “a lousy lay,” but she remained devoted to him until her tragic death in a plane crash.·

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