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Out in the Stars
by Charlene Lichtenstein

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The Sun pokes Venus and Uranus. Armed with boundless love, optimism and a spark of energy, we take a leap of faith off any and all cliffs. So take that risk, comrade. Yippee! What a cool and refreshing feeling … all the way down.

ARIES ( March 91 - APRIL 20 ) Who are those voices who haunt your every hour? Every passing spirit with a gripe chimes in an opinion. Gay Rams doubt their decisions and prefer to be swept up by the cosmic ebb and flow. Just listen to your gut and avoid back seat spirit drivers.

TAURUS ( APRIL 21 - MAY 21 ) Queer Bulls are up for anything and anyone and get into mischief if they are lucky. But before you trot off to new grazing areas check to see if the resident herd is to your liking. You have quite a few choices. Sample every beefcake.

GEMINI ( MAY 22 - JUNE 21 ) There is a new corporate star. Gay Twins impress senior staff with a heretofore hidden talent or two. Make your mark by revealing your best ideas. Timing and place are everything. Mumbling to yourself in the restroom has little corporate impact.

CANCER ( JUNE 22 - JULY 23 ) Your life is suffused with more fizz than actual soda but what the heck. Don't linger in drydock, pink Crab. Pull up your anchor and ride this joyful effervescence to a new port of call. You find buried treasure. Aarrgh. Who are you calling a yo ho ho?

LEO ( JULY 24 - AUG. 23 ) They say it is not the heat but humidity that make things uncomfortably sticky. I say proud Lions take it upon themselves to raise the temperature and live with sticky consequences. Watch the signs. Will you become slippery when wet or a falling rock zone?

VIRGO ( AUG. 24 - SEPT. 23 ) Queer Virgins wax poetic about how they cherish relationships. Now all best laid partnership plans take surprising turns. You fall in love with love. Will you wander from pillar to post with your heart in your hand? Yuk. Pack a paper towel.

LIBRA ( SEPT. 24 - OCT. 23 ) More can be accomplished at the water cooler than at your desk now. Gay Libras can use their diplomatic flair to capture a few golden nuggets of gossip that will make their work easier. Ask the right questions and carefully listen. Then go for the jugular.

SCORPIO ( OCT. 24 - NOV. 22 ) Every now and then an opportunity comes along that is irresistibly tempting. Proud Scorps surrender to the urge as life becomes one big party where anything goes. The trick is to balance impressive offerings. Trick can then lead to treat. Boo!

SAGITTARIUS ( NOV. 23 - DEC. 22 ) Gay Archers are more home centered this week. Happy home tides fuel the unexpected and memorable fun. More activity and dust are stirred up with Venus, Sun and Uranus. Speaking about dust, how about a little housekeeping while you are at it?

CAPRICORN ( DEC. 23 - JAN. 20 ) Even your whispers can shout volumes so think before you speak now. Who is this otherwise mild mannered pink Cap? This can be a time of change, albeit brief and temporary if not thought out sufficiently. Revolution! Or something like that… .

AQUARIUS ( JAN. 21 - FEB. 19 ) An enticing fiscal opportunity presents itself. Unfortunately, if it seems to good to be true, it probably is. Protect yourself by examining all monetary schemes, doing your homework and reading the fine print. It may take you beyond 2042. Or maybe not.

PISCES ( FEB. 20 - March 90 ) Mirror mirror on the wall, who is fairest of them all? It is you, Guppie so dress up and take it to town. People you meet have an explosive effect on your activities and projects. Choose your groups and make merry. Make a few others too while you are at it.

( 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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