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Out in the Starz
by Charlene Lichtenstein

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Saturn, the planet of whips and chains, enters Cancer after a two-year trawl through Gemini. Some things fall nicely into place while new challenges bubble to the fore. Choose your punishment from a glorious array, bad thing!

ARIES Relatives really don't understand you. Unspoken issues are shouted Out. So be it, gay Ram. It may be one thing after another at home but it is an excellent time to clear debris and dump garbage. Think of how nice it will look when you are done.

TAURUS You may think that it is best to keep your pearls of wisdom to yourself as Saturn moves into Cancer. Queer Bulls are apt to feel that they do not measure up but you will soon find that not only do you measure up admirably, you are quite a ruler.

GEMINI Saturn leaves your sign. Pink Twins regain their considerable charisma but unfortunately begin to feel that they don't have enough dough to grease their wheel. You will learn to examine the bottom line and may become well endowed after all.

CANCER What is a gay Crab to do when Saturn enters their sign? Prepare for a chance to show the world what you can do! Saturn sez do your homework before you strut it around. Once you are learned and wise, you succeed beyond your wildest dreams. Whenever!

LEO Proud Lions feel low-level stress as Saturn cruises in Cancer. The secret is to work on your karma by volunteering for a worthy gay cause. Your efforts may not be fully recognized by mere mortals but there are a few gods and goddesses up there taking notes.

VIRGO Queer Virgins take stock of certain friendships with Saturn in Cancer. Saturn helps release you from your chains of deception but not without a few life lessons. Avoid loneliness by joining new clubs, seeking new associations and making new headlines.

LIBRA Saturn heats up Cancer and makes even your strongest professional efforts fall a bit short. Proud Libras should use the next two years to consolidate their corporate power and hone their skills. Hard work catapults you up. Lazy things warm the couch.

SCORPIO Saturn in Cancer puts a crimp in travel plans. But this is no time to play it safe, gay Scorp. Saturn may constrain you but gives no respect to cowards. It is time to hoist your flag and wave it in faraway lands. Spread the word ... among other things.

SAGITTARIUS Queer Archers feel a bit more like a damp dishrag than hot patoot when Saturn enters Cancer. Your best moves are when you leave. But all is not lost; do a little self reflection and hone those dull edges into something sharp and snappy. Ouch!

CAPRICORN Relationships have increased stress and pink Caps need to reassess what they do and do not want in a partnership. You go through versions of the same song and dance before Saturn teaches you to lambada. Get with the beat and you will have your pick.

AQUARIUS Aqueerians will never work harder with less payoff while Saturn trolls through Cancer. But before you resign yourself to resignation, think about how much you can learn. Put in a little sweat equity and you will be top of the heap. But which heap?

PISCES Creativity will be more perspiration than inspiration while sour Saturn dredges through Cancer. Guppies want to soar with the eagles but will ride the subway with the rest of us. You have laughs along the way if you do not take yourself too seriously.

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