Question: My partner has Venus in Virgo, and I can say this is a really hot Venus position! I don’t understand why Venus in Scorpio has all the fanfare!
1. Ooh, my virgin ears: Although saying “rape fantasy” sounds somewhat unthinkable, that’s exactly what most women call it. They want to play the innocent, naive, unknowing little girl who gets taken advantage of by the devious, predator-like man. Sexual Fantasies
When Virgo Venusians fall in love it will be perfect. They will analyze love and their emotions, endlessly categorizing their feelings. Hopefully, you will be on an index card marked soul mate. No other sign strives to have as much thorough knowledge on a subject and if you like brains and seduction meet your favorite flavor of ice cream. Expect lashings of advice, sometimes critical, and nagging directed at loved ones. Like all earthy Venus signs, they blossom in love. Service towards the partner is often what astrologers write when it comes to this lovely Virgoan and it always sounds a little dirty. However, Venus in Virgo is always a helpful and kind lover, taking care of what needs to be done. In a karmic sense, there are supposed to be vibrations of guilt with the handwriting on the wall conveying relational guilt from the past, a general shaming of sexuality. Whatever the case, we find a practical love nature with a deep sense of knowing how to synthesize the components of life into a harmonious whole.
“Venus in Virgo tends to be critical and analytical about romantic matters, which makes others feel ill at ease, self-conscious, unsure how to please. This analytical approach serves to cut off the natural flow between people, damming up feeling response. It’s as if Virgo attempts to appreciate the beauty of a painting by dissecting the composition and understanding how the painter mixed the colours! Venus in Virgo produces more unmarried people than any other Venus position because they are so picky.” By Love Planets
The sex appeal of Venus in Scorpio is somewhat shady, slightly cruel, unafraid to break taboos. They will freely admit to the possibility of sadistic and masochistic elements within their erotic encounters. The temptress is out in full force in this sign, with love spells, voodoo, and some gut-wrenching realness. Venus here can reveal a rebellious lover with violent and sexual undertones. The sultriness, darkly dangerous appeal, brooding, anger, and loneliness – all in one bag. Love is colder than death, they say.
Other themes often involve a love transformation, so hold tight as the walls shake, the ground beneath crumbles and the windows shatter, as a Scorpion metamorphosis takes place. Close relationships may involve a tangled mess of emotions churning inside. Sometimes the individual is plunged into emotional catastrophes and they always need to review their value system on a cyclical basis. Love is ultimately reaching up away from the chains that bind with a longing to regenerate themselves through romance and passion, but they can often demand too much of lovers. The moods in seduction tend to be colored black with intensity and depth. Venus in Scorpio will often take on a lover’s crisis, handle it, solve it, overcome it, and ultimately beat it. As a creature of depth and mystery they view love as an eternal stew, often overwrought, but filled with searing passion.
“The intensity of Scorpio makes this position preoccupied with sex. There is intense emotion around it, and desire is strong, sometimes tending toward the kinky. Scorpio takes romance extremely seriously and can lack objectivity. Pride can lead to an all-or-nothing approach, and if jilted or betrayed, Scorpio can become bitter and seek revenge. Venus in Scorpio has the ability to cut off a relationship abruptly, severing it forever, never looking back. The offending person is effectively dead.” By Love Planets