[gemini love compatibility]Gemini & Gemini Zodiac Sign Compatibility, According To Astrologers
Two Geminis in a relationship together — what could possibly go wrong? The zodiac’s twins have a very interesting reputation. On the one hand, it’s hard not to fall in love with them. They’re known for being social, flirtatious, witty, and fun. But on the other hand, they’re also seen as the zodiac’s biggest players, manipulators, and drama-lovers. Because of this, it’s easy to assume that two Geminis in a relationship mean nothing but trouble. However, that’s not necessarily the case. Gemini and Gemini’s zodiac compatibility will tell you everything you need to know about a double Gemini relationship.
“Some astrologers believe that partnerships or relationships between same Sun sign couples involve too much of the same energy. Thus the relationship can become boring,” Leslie Hale, an astrologer with Keen.com, tells Bustle. “Long-term compatibility is determined by all of the other factors in the chart, such as connections with the Moon, Venus, and Mars. That said, there are same sign couples who can make a relationship work.”
When two Geminis get together, there’s bound to be a lot of stimulating conversation, flirting, laughing, and social activity. While Gemini may come across as changeable or flighty to some, Hale says this won’t be a real issue between the two. They’ll naturally understand how the other works and will be tuned in to the same things. These two will be friends above anything else.
Sexually, these two will have a love of fun together. Before they even get to the bedroom, this pair of Air signs will enjoy teasing each other through sexy texts, flirtatious mind games, and dirty talk. They’ll keep it lighthearted and will enjoy trying new things in bed. They’ll never have to worry about getting bored.
“Ruled by Mercury, Geminis are the gems of communication, expression, and reason,” astrologer Simone Pinkhasovatells Bustle. “They’re intellectuals who stoke the fervent fires of the imagination, mentally stimulating their partner and ingeniously communicating their desires in the bedroom.”
Geminis are known for their intellect, not their emotional depth. Even when Gemini is in love, their feelings tend to stay at the surface level until they become curious to explore those feelings further. According to Hale, “Their detached nature can keep this pair from developing a deeper bond or solid commitment.”
Additionally, Geminis are known for their duality. “Despite being in touch with their feelings, their emotions can shapeshift by the second,” Pinkhasova says. The twins tend to follow whatever interests them at the moment. It’s why they have a reputation for being here one day and gone the next. If someone stops being interesting, they have no problem moving on. But with two Geminis, this shouldn’t be too much of an issue since Geminis have different sides to them. They’ll always keep their partner on their toes.
With that said, the biggest issue in this partnership would be their ability to commit. Geminis are known for being inconsistent. Date plans can fall through, and committing to an actual relationship could take forever. “Gemini has a way of looking at things from all angles,” Hale says. “If both individuals are looking at a commitment from this angle, looking at all angles continually, it might never happen.”
There’s also the issue of trust. Geminis are notoriously flirty and analytical. Geminis tend to believe that they know how people work. They aren’t possessive, but they do know that people don’t always have the best intentions. If they see their partner flirting and hitting it off with other people, they may have trouble trusting that their partner will stay faithful.
Overall, two Geminis in a relationship make a decent zodiac couple. According to Pinkhasova, they match each other’s intelligence, a flair for social events, and independence. They make a fun couple. However, they will have to work on their emotional bond.
“Gemini’s symbol as the twins symbolizes their dualistic nature, so two Geminis in one bed may be too big of a party to last for long,” she says. “Romance, passion, and play are all there; however, this duo will have to learn to commit and trust each other to sustain a partnership.”
Leslie Hale, an astrologer with Keen.com
Simone Pinkhasova, astrologer