Sun in Aquarius has met his eccentric match in this relationship. Moon in Aquarius’ stubborn need for personal space will be completely understood by her Sun partner, because his conscious expression matches her instinctive needs. They may have a relationship that makes most other people shake their heads, but the Aquarians won’t care; they’ve always been outsiders anyway.
Sun in Aquarius is focused on the fringe. His view from the sidelines allows him to stand back and observe the group, rather than be part of it. He can be perfectly sociable (he’s capable of being a lifelong friend and partner) but he’s more interested in pursuing his own goals rather than working with the team. Sun in Aquarius will commit to a partner who accepts his quirks and odd rules. He’ll build a somewhat traditional family unit, as long as he gets free rein in the areas that matter most. His partner will know which areas those are, because he will defend them with an uncompromising, matter-of-fact insistence.
Moon in Aquarius needs freedom in her personal life. Depending on her Sun sign, her independence may not be immediately apparent. But when she’s alone with her partner, her inner freak flag will fly. She may have odd domestic routines, or she may spend hours happily pursuing a niche hobby. Moon in Aquarius feels most secure when she can simply be herself at home. She can be a steadfast partner who is always there for her lover to bounce ideas off of, but she’ll be uncomfortable with emotional displays or demands that she show how much she cares.
Sun in Aquarius will be validated by his Moon partner’s instinctive understanding of who he is. Moon in Aquarius will feel comfortable with her Sun partner’s external expression of her emotional energy. These two will experience a sense of belonging with each other, which can feel especially intense because they’re used to being on the outside. Sometimes, even Aquarians want to fit in.