Virgo:The opposite of this makes for some interesting comparisons. And at the risk of sounding like the sexist male that I am, this one seems to work better than it should. I’ve seen it last for a long–standing period of time. Now, there is something of a timely note which should be added at this point, my fine Sagittarius girl, Mr. Pluto is either coming along or he has already visited himself upon you. And at the same time Pluto is in Sagittarius, he’s making a difficult angle for the Virgo you might be considering.
What Pluto does to a relationship is tear things up and then let things fall back together. Or apart. If you have a good relationship, then this looks like it will survive some of the rage, outrage, and general mayhem associated with the Dark Lord of the Underworld [Pluto]. But if you’re on shaky ground already, or if you live in California, I’d be extra careful.It’s not the end of the world, and while you two are both mutable signs, you’re going to find that this relationship has a certain tension that actually makes you two stick together better than most. Or, at least, better than some. Don’t forget to review your related Virgo material to help deal with this guy, though, because he does need a little care and feeding in order to keep him around.
The problem with the sexist comment is that I’m a male Sag, and I’ve dated a Virgo. Or two. Some are very dear friends. Some are now sworn enemies for life. I never did get the grudge thing figured out. So when I say the reverse of this works well, it’s from the point of view of a participant rather than a neutral observer. And as soon as one Virgo dumped me, another one popped up to be extra nice.
In more traditional astrology, Sagittarius is a male sign, and Virgo is a female sign. That’s also why I like the reverse of this because it fits with the old books. In this day and age, though, maybe we can move beyond the traditional roles. Good luck with a Virgo, and yes, it can work pretty well.