Mars in Gemini’s precocious statements will harmonize with Moon in Aquarius’ need for something unusual. Even better, Aquarius’ detachment means she’ll be unfazed, no matter how risqué Gemini gets. Both of these Air signs prefer challenging interactions that somehow manage to stay light.
Mars in Gemini wants to provoke a reaction. When he’s interested in someone, he’ll use his quick wits and edgy words as foreplay. He’ll be charming, but there will be an undertone of challenge. If the object of his affection has a zingy rejoinder, it’s game on. Mars in Gemini’s partner can count on an endless stream of stimulating conversation and new ideas (especially in the bedroom). But intense, emotional discussions and neediness will make him uncomfortable.
Moon in Aquarius needs to know that she can do things her way. Contrary to what you may have heard about this sign, she is capable of (and actually wants) lasting commitment — but only with a partner who understands that the slight distance surrounding her will never go away. Even in the most intimate moments, Moon in Aquarius’ lover can feel like she’s not fully present. On top of this, she needs someone who completely accepts her individual quirks and routines.
Mars in Gemini may not fully understand Aquarius’ quirks (no one does) but he won’t care. He’ll be attracted to her unique energy, and she’ll respond to his verbal challenges with quick, slightly perverse comebacks. Much to his delight, Mars in Gemini will find that it’s almost impossible to offend Moon in Aquarius. These two can create a relationship where the energy of detachment and fast-moving ideas is comfortable for them both. However, with such an emphasis on air, it will be helpful if they have more solid connections between them (like Saturn aspects or Earth planets) to anchor the relationship.