These opposites are not so very different. While Gemini relies on logic and Sagittarius is driven by faith, both are on the lookout for what’s intriguing and exciting. Together, they can create an expansive relationship that always has something new cooking.
Sun in Gemini loves to experience new things, but it’s all filtered through his intellect. Logic, categorization and a literal interpretation of the facts can make him a witty but detached partner. He can provide lively conversation, but he may gloss over deeper emotional nuances. Emotional displays make Sun in Gemini very uncomfortable; if his partner tries to squeeze a declaration of feeling out of him, he’s liable to respond with a change of subject or outright silence. Of course he can be part of a loving relationship, but he’ll never gush, coo or make dramatic declarations.
Moon in Sagittarius holds an idealized vision of freedom close to her heart. She needs a partnership that gives her the sense of being able to up and leave at any moment. Not that she would leave once she was truly committed, but it’s important that she feels like she has that option. When she’s feeling secure (meaning, when her independence is honored), Moon in Sagittarius can be a generous lover who makes sweeping, colourful emotional gestures. Depression and moodiness are foreign to her, but she can become restless and bossy if her domestic life doesn’t provide variety.
Both of these signs need freedom to explore, so they’ll give each other plenty of room. Sun in Gemini will be excited and encouraged by Sagittarius’ support (and occasional pushiness) to take on yet another new project. Moon in Sagittarius will be perfectly happy with Gemini’s serial friendships and scattered focus; it will give her more time to do her thing. And if Gemini doesn’t respond to Sagittarius’ overwhelming emotional warmth, that’s OK, too. Moon in Sagittarius is laid-back enough to tease her partner about his discomfort.