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Out in the Starz
by Charlene Lichtenstein
2003-05-28

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The Sun shines in a new corner of your life when it ambles into cheerful Gemini this week and conjuncts powerful Saturn. Life is good and suddenly you feel like shouting it Out to the world. Pack a megaphone, comrades!

ARIES Gay Rams express themselves with Sun in Gemini and say it with force when Sun conjuncts Saturn. Consolidate and build on your successes with clearer perspective. Reap your just desserts. Will there be a cherry on top? Only if you add a little sauce ... .

TAURUS Thoughts turn to money and more money as rainbow Bulls cash in their buffalo chips for hard cash. Sun then conjuncts Saturn and your fiscal know-how is applied to the bottom line. Get off your assets compadre and start planning for (early) retirement!

GEMINI Sociable pink Twins increase their popularity quotient and win over even the most un-winnable folks. But don't rest on your laurels, charmer; as Sun conjuncts Saturn put words into action. Don't be a blowhard unless you-know-who likes it that way.

CANCER If you feel a bit more psychic, pull out your crystal ball and give it a rubadub. Sun probes Gemini and pink Crabs get an intuitive nudge that life is about to change. When the Sun conjuncts Saturn, karmic rewards hit the jackpot. Are you that deserving??

LEO You are surrounded by adoring admirers. How long can you hog the limelight before Saturn demands something more meaningful from this attention? Not too long. Publicity hogs are relegated to the pigpen in no time. Be the cock of the walk instead.

VIRGO Queer Virgos experience increased professional opportunities now and should use this time to solidify and consolidate their gotten gains. When the Sun conjuncts Saturn, all your hard work will really pay off. You HAVE been working hard, haven't you?

LIBRA Sun in Gemini is a great escape from stress and strain. Whether you pack up to Paris or hang close and cruise the net, gay Libras expand their Outreach and lower their temperature. Saturn will provide a little oomph so you don't become too mellow ... .

SCORPIO Proud Scorps are infused with a sexual thirst that needs to be quaffed. Before you dive head first into something (or someone ...) over your head wait until Saturn provides you with greater reserve. Then forge ahead! Damn the torpedoes ... and the dam.

SAGITTARIUS Queer Archers who ache for a significant other have a choice of potential partners. But it won't come without effort cousin; when Sun conjuncts Saturn you will put out a bit of effort for your domestic bliss. You just can't phone it in ... or can you?

CAPRICORN Pink Caps are more efficient than usual when Sun shines in Gemini. And, as Sun conjuncts Saturn, you turn excess girth into attractive grist. Saturn rewards those who put effort into exercise and their health regime. Work hard now to play hard later.

AQUARIUS Sun in Gemini tempts Aqueerians into all sorts of wilde activities that expand their imagination and tickle their gay muse. Saturn turns inspiration into reality. Let's hope that reality nibbles and doesn't bite ... unless that is your thing of course.

PISCES Guppies are at home when Sun enters Gemini. The planetary energy also enables you to smooth out the rough edges and build bridges with family. Say what you have to say. Sun conjunct Saturn makes you sound wise and balanced ... for a change!

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