The Twins of the Gemini myth, Castor and Pollux, chose to be united forever in the sky rather than separated for even a moment—and so Gemini is obviously a sign of relationships. Translated to love, though, Twins have so many relationships that they can all seem a little too casual. This is because Gemini's a mutable sign, and it's not that a Twin won't give you all the attention you want, it's that a Twin can't—there's too much else going on!
Here's where Twins' fickleness can come into play: Someone who seemed fascinating last week is a known quantity this week and so is no longer interesting. But Twins
also can be the ideal partners: They're charming, witty, generous, and genuinely interested in you—it's keeping that interest that's the hard part. Meet them on their own ground—wit and imagination—and let them know they can trust you by trusting them.
Other air signs—other Geminis, Librans, and Aquarians—are always a good bet for Twins; air signs are lighthearted and understand each other's need for mental stimulation. At the same time, though, two air signs may never come down from the clouds— and if they do, they may find there's no place to land.
Because air feeds fire, Twins can do well with Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius. Down-to-earth Virgo is a good match, too: With the same quality and ruler as Gemini, Twins and Virgos can challenge each other, and learn a lot from each other as well!
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