The strength of Venus in Gemini woman is her authenticity. Furthermore, she is a fearless woman which makes her pursue lofty goals.
However, her perfectionism and moodiness can sometimes get the best of her.
Below are some examples of the stereotypical Venus in Gemini woman. Don’t forget that these are stereotypes only, and to get a more detailed and holistic understanding of how the stars impact you, you need to consult an astrologer who can look at your full natal chart.
The Venus in the Gemini woman is fearless and vigilant. But this does not make her perfect.
She has her flaws as well. Perhaps her greatest possible flaw is her perfectionism, which gets in the way of progress a lot of the time (especially at school).
A woman with Venus in Gemini on her natal chart is often very fearless. She brands herself a “feminist” because of her innate conviction that men are no better than women and advocates that “what a man can do, a woman can do it better.”
She is bold when it is comes to making decisions because she’s got the courage of her convictions. Once she has an issue, nobody can convince her otherwise.
Come rain, hail, or shine, she will fearlessly pursue her objectives.
When problems arise, she finds ways to overcome them, for she is aware that challenges are inevitable. If she spends time wallowing in sorrow, she won’t reach her goals.
Her determination to attain her goals and fearlessness to face any difficulty makes her a formidable woman.
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The Venus in Gemini woman doesn’t miss a trick. As a student, she will pay close attention in class so she gets top grads. As a partner, she will listen attentively to her partner’s needs.
Her attentiveness may come from her curiosity. She will often feel like she has to know how something works or why someone has made a decision in their life. She know that being armed with knowledge is always a good thing.
Her attentiveness is also related to her perfectionism, which I’ll discuss in the ‘weaknesses’ section.
She always wants to get things done right (and perfectly) the first time. To her, it just makes sense to do things right in order to save time, energy, and resources.
So, she pays close attention so that, when it’s her turn to act, she doesn’t make any mistakes.
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The perfectionist character of the Venus in Gemini woman can be troublesome if she lets it take her over.
At times, it means she cannot make the progress she wishes she could achieve if she just settle with a “near enough is good enough” approach.
If she’s a woman who cares deeply about her looks (check her natal chart – especially her sun sign which governs her ego), then she’ll spend a lot of time getting her makeup perfect before leaving the house. This can lead her to regularly being late to parties.
Similarly, as a boss, she’ll often want perfectionism from her employees, which will cause friction in the workplace.
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The Venus in Gemini woman is susceptible to having mood swings from time to time. She is liable to get angry with people for no reason.
For example, in the morning, she may be in a good mood where she is excited and cheerful. Yet, just a few hours later, she will be grumpy and short with everyone who dares interact with her.
When she’s in a bad mood, she does not want anybody talking to her. Her loved ones need to be aware of these mood swings, while she herself should take steps to maintain a good mood (especially, by getting regular sleep and snacking when hungry).
Sometimes, people will start ‘walking on eggshells’ around her because they don’t know what mood she will be in. This may cause strain in the relationship.
The Venus in Gemini woman is well suited for a career as a freelancer due to her fearlessness and ability to pay close attention to the needs of her clients.
As a feminist, she believes she can do as well as (if not better than) any man. So, she likes the freedom of working for herself where she doesn’t have to deal with the nonsense gender politics in the workplace.
She may be a great freelance writer, for example, if she is good with words.
One possible snag in her work is that her perfectionism may slow her work down, which could cause her to miss deadlines set by clients.
The Venus in Gemini is well suited for a career in bookkeeping. This is thanks to her attentiveness and perfectionism.
All business people need someone who is excellent at managing and maintaining their books. The Venus in Gemini woman is perfect for this.
She will be sure to make sure to dot all the i’s and cross all the t’s so that the books are in perfect order. She will not rest until everything is adhering perfectly to the letter of the law.
However, not all women with Venus in Gemini will necessarily be great with numbers, so of course, you’ll need to look at other aspects of your personality in order to choose a career for you.
The Venus in Gemini woman is most compatible with the man who has his Venus in Taurus.
He is often enchanted by her because of her devotion to her work. They are both intelligent people who take care in what they do, so these values match-up very well.
She, in turn, is captivated by how he is gentle and loving with her. He ensures she is safe and pays attention to her needs. He likes to ensure he will make efforts to ensure he fulfils her needs.
The Venus in Gemini woman is least compatible with the man with his Venus in Virgo.
He won’t handle her temperamental nature well, and at the same time, he has a tendency to get angry, which she won’t like either.
This is not the best of matches.
Similarly, she does not have empathy with a man like him who is overly competitive and not willing to lose an argument at any cost. So, if they get into an argument, it won’t end up well!
Their differences might lead to their separation as the woman wants to be with someone that the man respects and cares for more deeply.
The Venus in Gemini woman is, above all, a perfectionist. She’s a great student because she will study hard to ensure she aces her tests; and in work, she will put a lot of effort in. This perfectionism becomes a downside if she has deadlines, which she often misses.
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