You’ve never known love unless you’ve known a man born under the sign of Aquarius. The Gemini woman is likely to find an Aquarius dazzling. As a rule, Aquarius are extremely friendly and open. Of all the signs, they are perhaps the most tolerant. In the thinking department, they are often miles ahead of others.
The Gemini woman will find her Aquarius man intriguing and interesting. She’ll also find the relationship a challenging one. Your high respect for intelligence and imagination may be reason enough for you to settle your heart on a Water Bearer. You can learn a lot from him.
Aquarius love everybody—even their worst enemies, sometimes. Through your relationship with an Aquarius you will run into all sorts of people, ranging from near-genius to downright insane—and they’re all friends of his.
In the holding-hands phase of your romance, you may find that your Water Bearer friend has cold feet. Aquarius take quite a bit of warming up before they’re ready to come across with that first goodnight kiss. More than likely, he’ll just want to be your pal in the beginning. For him, that’s an important first step in any relationship—love, included. The poetry and flowers stage—if it ever comes—will come much later. Aquarius is all heart. Still, when it comes to tying himself down to one person and for keeps, he may hesitate. He may even try to get out of it if you breathe down his neck too hard.
The Aquarius man is no Valentino and wouldn’t want to be. The Gemini woman is likely to be more impressed by his broad-mindedness and high moral standards than by his feeble attempts at romance. You won’t find it difficult to look up to a man born under the sign of the Water Bearer, but you may find the challenge of trying to keep up with him dizzying. He can pierce through the most complicated problem as if it were a matter of simple math. You may find him a little too lofty and high-minded. But don’t judge him too harshly if that’s the case; he’s way ahead of his time—your time, too, most likely.
If you marry this man, he’ll stay true to you. He’ll certainly admire you for your intelligence and wit. Don’t think that, once you’re married, he’ll keep you chained to the kitchen sink. He’ll encourage you to go ahead in your pursuit of knowledge. You’ll most likely have a minor tiff with him every now and again but never anything serious. Kids love him and vice versa. He’ll be as tolerant with them as he is with adults.