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Out in the Stars
by Charlene Lichtenstein
2005-03-23

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Why is it that, despite all obstacles, you suddenly feel like taking on the world, poking the snoot of a particular rival or launching into wilde adventure? Sun in Aries compels you not to hold back. Woo hoo! Grab on tight....

ARIES ( March 231 - APRIL 20 ) Take a leap of faith with Sun in your sign. Proud Rams feel like prime meat, so why not trot it Out while you sizzle? Show the world what you can do by getting in a crowd and pressing the flesh. ( That means handshakes, buddy. ) Don't trip on the curb.

TAURUS ( APRIL 21 - MAY 21 ) Hidden thoughts provide the powerful oomph for change. Queer Bulls think that they can leave their fate to others. Not so. You must empty out your closet on your own. While you are carting out your psychic debris, update your wardrobe as well.

GEMINI ( MAY 22 - JUNE 21 ) It's good to feel part of a group, but don't evaporate. Is the group tune hummable? If not, cart your carcass off to another choir. Pink Twins have sage advice to contribute and there is nothing wrong with giving folks an honest earful every so often.

CANCER ( JUNE 22 - JULY 23 ) Sun in Aries is a friend of influence who boosts your stock from sell to hold. Pink Crabs can feel the swell of appreciation from the most unlikely of sources. Bask in it while you can; the ungrateful bastards will forget tomorrow.

LEO ( JULY 24 - AUG. 23 ) Proud Lions can create a sphere of influence. Launch something new that charges your batteries. If purse strings are short and time is tight, expand your horizon with an array of new things: food, films, folks. Just get out of your old moldy routine.

VIRGO ( AUG. 24 - SEPT. 23 ) Use your charm to generate heat. Survey the vista, choose your prey and carefully go in for the kill. Who knows whom you will ensnare? If that one is too small, throw it back and try again; you get a second chance. Make your karma sutra less calma.

LIBRA ( SEPT. 24 - OCT. 23 ) Queer Libras ache to connect a significant other. Yet static remains on the line. Put spring in your step by maintaining your ribald sense of humor and playing hard to get. ( The harder the better... . ) Their interest will pique.

SCORPIO ( OCT. 24 - NOV. 22 ) Gay Scorps are pushed into assembly line drudgeries. Mindless tasks have their pluses: you don't take work home or worry about it. Take advantage of the simplicity of your day and plot a corporate coup d'etat. Take only gorgeous, compliant prisoners.

SAGITTARIUS ( NOV. 23 - DEC. 22 ) Sun in Aries enlivens an otherwise dull existence with sparks of creativity, luck and romance. But don't sit at home and wait for the gay muse to knock. Apply perspiration to get inspiration. Prioritize and don't waste time imagining what could be. Go Out and be it.

CAPRICORN ( DEC. 23 - JAN. 20 ) Family concerns move to the top of your agenda. Build bridges while you feel beneficent and forgiving but draw the line at acquiescence. As kind as you feel, don't orbit around the pull of others' idiotic values. Have them gravitate to you and not vice versa.

AQUARIUS ( JAN. 21 - FEB. 19 ) Aqueerians feel betwixt and between. Should they do this or that? And they talk and talk about it. Booorrring. Thankfully a sudden windfall makes you put your money where your mouth is. Look at those green teeth! Now shut up and get to work.

PISCES ( FEB. 20 - March 230 ) Sun in Aries infuses Guppies with confidence and moxie. Suddenly you know what you need to do to secure your foundations and create a fortress against the ebb tides. Don't squander your resources on shifting sands. They get in your swimsuit.

( c ) 2005 MADAM LICHTENSTEIN, LLC., All Rights Reserved. For Entertainment Purposes Only. Cruise www.TheStarryEye.com 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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