Uranus in Libra

Uranus in Libra might be gifted artistically, musically, or in the area of literature. They have very unusual ways of expressing themselves, and quite frequently they will work or use the occult in some way. These folks are distinctive in their tastes, personality or chosen work. They have stunning intuition, vivid imaginations and vivacious personalities, which attract many admirers. Many will be artists, musicians, writers, lawyers, scientists and innovators. They have a strong sense of justice and will always fight for those less fortunate in circumstance. They are the ones most often found fighting for the rights of others using their especial talents.

Some rare few will push the boundaries with regards to their views on marriage, partnership and sex. All will have very specific feelings about gender roles and the way women and men are treated by society in those roles. Uranus in Libra may be divorced or widowed and might carry a sorrow or two in the area of a commitment gone wrong. Some Uranus in Libra individuals might find commitment trying or impossible to maintain. (Note * This is a rare few)

The natives of Uranus in Libra do not take kindly to anyone messing about in their business. Being told how to go about their affairs by meddlesome individuals will be met with very firm refusal and sometimes outright distain. They are prone to some quite unusual relationships, not all romantic in nature. They are generally of the free-spirited sort and live a life openly challenging the status quo with regards to relationships, sex and marriage.

Those with Uranus in Libra aren’t at all put off by others opinions on their behaviours. They actually rather enjoy shocking people. They don’t like restrictions placed upon themselves or others in the area of relationships and sexuality and will go out of their way to challenge stereotypes and traditionally imposed ways of thinking.

Published by Bexley Benton. (Pen name)

I am B (call me BB and I will gut you) I like daisies, books, and men who understand the wisdom of Kermit the Frog.

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