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Out in the Stars
by Charlene Lichtenstein

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Mercury in Pisces changes our minds like the wind and encourages us to focus on new delicious obsessions. Feeling particularly mouthy? You will soon find out where you can shoot from the lip or where it's best to keep your mouth tightly shut.

ARIES ( MARCH 21 - APRIL 20 ) Gaze into your crystal ball and see what the future reveals. And plan accordingly. If your cosmic road is paved with tacks, appease the goddesses by generously volunteering for a worthy charity. It's never too late to pay the good gay karma forward.

TAURUS ( APRIL 21 - MAY 21 ) Queer Bulls ache to become members of a certain exclusive group. Thankfully you can plan the perfect social event to help pry open doors of opportunity everywhere. This is great as long as you don't open the door to the Wildmon headquarters.

GEMINI ( MAY 22 - JUNE 21 ) Strategic pink Twins make their corporate presence known. Be the iron fist in a velvet glove. Someone in upper management is listening and looking out for you. You may just receive the key to the senior staff washroom and it won't be to flush the toilets.

CANCER ( JUNE 22 - JULY 23 ) Seek adventure. Gay Crabs hanker to expand their global Outreach. If money is tight, picture yourself embarking on explorations closer to home like an evening chock-a-block with exotic tidbits - food, music and folks. See where it goes.

LEO ( JULY 24 - AUG. 23 ) Something pokes the smoldering embers of your passion into a raging fire. Lure your prey into a tender trap. Grrr. Your thoughts are only limited by your creativity. What's this I hear about a can of baked beans, an egg timer and ball point pen??

VIRGO ( AUG. 24 - SEPT. 23 ) Mercury in Pisces opens up communication with partners. Use this diplomatic time to grease the wheels of accord and not skid off the road of domestic harmony. Negotiate, don't dominate. ( Unless, of course, you are mutually consenting adults. )

LIBRA ( SEPT. 24 - OCT. 23 ) Proud Libras secretly pile on the pounds with fine living and social dining. Concentrate on revamping your diet and exercise now. The possibilities are endless even though swimsuit season is now a happy dream. Perhaps you can dream your way to Maui??

SCORPIO ( OCT. 24 - NOV. 22 ) Mercury in Pisces inspires you to apply creative thinking to solve old problems. Tickle your gay muse and see where it takes you. Get your grey matter thinking in rainbow colors. Don't waste this on practical jokes, unless you expect to pull a joker from the pack.

SAGITTARIUS ( NOV. 23 - DEC. 22 ) Demand respect while Mercury in Pisces provides a combination of diplomacy and intuition. Don't drain yourself emotionally for those homophobic sponges. Be your beautiful self. If others don't like it, that's just tough. They will have to adjust, not you.

CAPRICORN ( DEC. 23 - JAN. 20 ) Mercury in Pisces directs all petty tantrums into productive outlets. Pink Caps get a couple of important folks to even listen to their pines and whines. But allow the lines of communication to function in two directions. Seek feedback as well as give it.

AQUARIUS ( JAN. 21 - FEB. 19 ) Aqueerians keep a beady eye on their finances. This is not a bad thing. Talk to a financial advisor. Do your own fiscal homework. Gather all relevant facts and read the fine print. There is something about being a billionaire that can jumpstart your social life.

PISCES ( FEB. 20 - MARCH 20 ) Thoughts and words have powerful impact. It is time to move in new directions, launch new projects and meet new people. Guppies have several weeks to chart a course that will successfully carry them through the rest of 2005. Pack a map.

( c ) 2005 MADAM LICHTENSTEIN, LLC., All Rights Reserved. For Entertainment Purposes Only. Cruise for prescient horoscopes and insightful articles. Lichtenstein's highly acclaimed book 'HerScopes; A Guide To Astrology For Lesbians' would have won the Pulitzer had the voting not been rigged.

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