Folks, I return with more foxtrology! As an official Go Deeper Press astrologer (*wink*), I’m pleased to bring you a sexual astrology profile for Taurus. (And if you missed my profile of Aries, you can read that post here.)
Well, Taurus isn’t so much about roses and fiery sunsets as it is about embraces and whispered promises. And by the way, such murmurings are often delivered via a beautiful, sonorous voice. Why? This sign rules the throat and neck, and that’s key with Taurus…so bring on the sex-talk! Yes, dirty words or breathy requests can be hot as heck if Taurus folks are open to it, which, in spite of their grounded nature, might well be the case. After all, the steadfast and practical Taurus is perfectly capable of passion — and some BDSM play isn’t out of the question if it turns Taurus on. As for erogenous zones, a few caresses around the neckline or nape, or around the throat and ears, are likely to work these bulls into a lather. In fact, if you’re a solo lover, you might try a tiny finger vibe that you wear on your index to give this whole area a gentle massage. To top it all, Taurus lovers are often wonderful at afterplay cuddles. There are heaps of affection beneath the hide of your amorous bull. Raise those horns, Taurus! And remember…your astrological chart is a mix of all sorts of aspects (including your Moon sign and your Rising sign, to name but a couple). So if you are Taurus and any of the above doesn’t sound like you, then it probably isn’t! This is a just a generalization.
Sex Accessory of the Day (for Taurus): A tiny vibrator that you can wear on your fingertip, such as the Hello Touch Wearable Finger Vibrator, can be a great gift for Taurus. And remember, little vibes can be used all over the body, including around the neckline, nape, throat and ears — lovely places to caress a Taurus lover, be they solo or partnered. Enjoy!
Taurus Recommended Book for the Day: In the most patient and sensitive ways, Taurus can be a heartfelt romantic who isn’t afraid to wait for the partner(s) that is right for them. So I can’t help but recommend Sarah Waters’ “Tipping the Velvet.” There is lots of desire in this Dickens-like lesbian romance, not to mention a few superhot sex scenes. But there’s a complex story here too, as a young woman, Nan, finds her true sexual and emotional self. This book’s a favorite of mine. Enjoy!
A Famously Sex-Positive Taurus: David Boreanaz. Here’s an actor who has done so much for sex on screen, building the erotic stakes in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and playing a vampire who has much to learn about sexual intimacy and relationships in Angel. Bravo, bravo!
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