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Out in the Stars
by Charlene Lichtenstein
2006-07-19

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Retro Mercury backs into Cancer, redirects and decides to rattle our cages with fresh ideas. Do you have a valid point to make or are you just dramatically fanning the air? Think before you bleat, lambies; words go astray and pack a punch.

ARIES ( MARCH 21 - APRIL 20 ) Proud Rams feel an urge to call it as they see it with impossible family members. Go for it but also be prepared to accept all possible outcomes. Life is too short to compromise but you gain more traction by waiting two weeks. Then give it all you've got!

TAURUS ( APRIL 21 - MAY 21 ) Your words pack a nuclear punch, so weigh what you say very carefully. Queer Bulls have a unique opportunity to set their personal agenda on full throttle and get the word Out - loud, proud and queer. Tip a few sacred cows over to move the herd.

GEMINI ( MAY 22 - July 19 ) Reexamine all that you hold near and dear. Change could be in the air. By expressing your raw opinions you may inadvertently lose something that you currently treasure. In retrospect, it might be a weight off your back. Then again, maybe not.

CANCER ( JUNE 22 - JULY 23 ) Does it seem like you are veering into strange, untested territory? Others certainly think so. Surprise them - you may get back on track in your life's work or could decide to fly off in a new direction. Remember to pack a lunch, pink Crab.

LEO ( JULY 24 - AUG. 23 ) Proud Lions should weigh their words very carefully. Hidden enemies could have a field day with your ill-considered stray missiles. Avoid trouble by keeping your perspective and remaining logical and balanced. Uh oh.

VIRGO ( AUG. 24 - SEPT. 23 ) Queer Virgins have a tendency to put their friends through a lot of cheap abuse. So at least try to hold off on your more incendiary comments now. There is no sense in insulting and alienating compadres. Make nice-nice, not nasty-nasty.

LIBRA ( SEPT. 24 - OCT. 23 ) No matter how frustrating professional life may be, don't make any on-air commentary. There is no sense in complaining anyway; your words may make things worse. Suck it up and hold off for at least another week, gay Libra. Then take over the firm.

SCORPIO ( OCT. 24 - NOV. 22 ) Are you a bit too mouthy for your own good? Seems so. Ouch, baby. Push may come to shove, especially if the law is involved. Are you prepared to put your principles on the line? Then also be prepared to pay the fine.

SAGITTARIUS ( NOV. 23 - DEC. 22 ) Whatever nonsense you say to people will sound authentic and true. Turn on the charm before the clock strikes midnight. Proud Archers know what to say and do to tempt even the toughest meat into their meet locker. Spice, tenderize and serve sizzling hot.

CAPRICORN ( DEC. 23 - JAN. 20 ) Gay Caps electrify a good relationship into an excellent one. However the opposite is also true; a shaky partnership can unhinge and fall apart. Of course, if you're on your own and searching for a dreamboat, it brings in the fleet. Well hello, sailor!

AQUARIUS ( JAN. 21 - FEB. 19 ) Aqueerians are ready to throw off their shackles and announce their liberation from the workforce. If you're fed up with being a working stiff ( err, some people like it like that... ) try working off frustration at the gym. It is a time of rampant capitalism anyway.

PISCES ( FEB. 20 - MARCH 20 ) Fun has a way of getting way out of hand. You take excessive risks in order to draw all the attention to yourself or to ( hopefully ) attract new romance. Guppies enjoy accolades, not rotten tomatoes. To be safe, wear something washable.

( c ) 2006 THE STARRY EYE, LLC., All Rights Reserved. For Entertainment Purposes Only.

Check out www.TheStarryEye.com . Plot your 2006 with Lichtenstein's astrology book 'HerScopes; A Guide To Astrology For Lesbians.'


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