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The Gay Sagittarius

So he’s fun, passionate, sensitive, and loves everything that you like. It seems like he is genuinely interested in you; but be careful. The Archer is a master of playing the field. If you find it odd that he wears the same perfume that you love, or that he cooks your scrambled eggs just right, every single time, don’t think that this is because you are “meant to be”.

The truth is, the Sagittarian will do everything in his power to seem attractive to you. It is not impossible that he has done some research about every facet of your life. The good news is your Sag lover may be doing this out of genuine interest. The bad news is he will stay interested just as long as you keep him guessing. Yes, mystery is a gay-Sag’s version of Viagra. The problem is, it is easy to let the gregarious Sag know everything about you because, let’s face it, once you fall in love, verbal diarrhea is in session and you feel the urge to divulge all your little secrets. Bad move.

Mystery is what keeps the archer going, and inspires him to actually get to know you more. Once he feels like he knows you like the back of his hand, get ready to be dumped like a gay hot potato. Once he knows everything about you, you seem uninteresting, unexciting, and soo not worth all the wooing. So does this mean that a Sag lover is a bad lover? Well, it’s not like he falls out of love intentionally. But then again, there are some unintentional mistakes that are still unforgivable. And yes, we are referring to Bret Michaels’ unintentionally sexual remarks at the latest Miss Universe pageant.

The truth is, he can’t help but fall out of love (or interest) for you once the excitement of the chase is gone. So if you really want a lasting relationship with a Sag, get ready to keep him guessing. Mood swings, a diva attitude, and an uncontrollable temper all seem attractive to the drama-thirsty Sagittarian.

However, you are in luck if you do not actually wish to have a long relationship with the Archer. Why? Because they make the best lovers in the world. They are strongly passionate, willing to experiment, and since they get bored quite easily, get ready for a thousand and one positions in the sack. Yes, the truth is, the Sagittarian’s worst trait (his love of variety) in the emotional arena is also his greatest trait in the sack.

So how do you attract an Archer? Be witty, be sarcastic, seem uninterested but remain interesting. Spend some time alone with each other, but do not actually call it a date. Once he feels comfortable with you, he would want to get to know you more. Be kind to him, as flattery seems to be the best way to his heart. Then, play him, as he would most likely do you. That will keep him guessing, and in your pocket (and your bed) for a longer time than most of his relationships last. And if you’re in luck your relationship might last a whole week.

The Sagittarius Parent

The parenting skills of those born under the sign of the Archer may be influenced by a slight reluctance to acknowledge fatherhood or motherhood at first. Their love of freedom, independence,and adventure might make them balk at the thought of being tied down by children and all their accompanying responsibilities.

But once the reality of parenting sets in, Sagittarius mommies and daddies can make quite good parents. Even better, their vast store of energy and sense of adventure can spell out enthusiastic rearing techniques, which means plenty of outdoor sessions with their beloved offspring. Camping, biking, sports meets, picnics at the park, dog-walking, etc., are just some of the expected childhood activities of those with Sagittarian parents.

A child’s stages of development can also prove to be a big adventure in itself for a Sagittarius mama or papa. Watching them grow up, start talking, walking, and developing psycho-motor skills at their own pace can cause great pride and anxiety. Their own sense of independence could be their yardstick for their kids’ achievements and aspirations. It’s understandable for a Sagittarius to want to get their kids involved in as many activities as is humanly possible, which is great. However, a Sagittarius mom or dad should take care not to push their children into doing physical activities they might not be ready for, or are enthusiastic about. Doing so could cause frustration and ill-will for both parent and child.

The key is not to make too many demands on the child, and always communicate on how they feel about doing certain things. As a rule, Sagittarius parents are generally permissive folks and do not feel the need to hem their children in with strict rules and regulations. In fact, they prize individuality in their kids in pretty much the same way they prize theirs. Knowing the value of learning from personal experience means having kids who end up making their own decisions and not being too sheltered or spoiled.

Travel is another thing that’s sure to be part and parcel of a Sagittarius parent’s method of child-rearing. Beyond acknowledging one’s wanderlust, travel means soaking up other cultures and learning beyond classroom walls. Whether it’s a new language, tradition, cuisine, or just about anything involving the customs of another group of people, a Sagittarian is sure to introduce their child to it by way of tours, trips, and journeys. Very young kids of Sagittarius mommies and daddies could already be exposed to books that speak of other cultures and exotic places, and eventually, maps, atlases and travel and guide books that could inspire in them a sense of adventure and exploration, as well.

Sagittarius people are highly capable of becoming great parents because it is a job they will not take half-heartedly. Just like the next great adventure, parenting is something they would want to thoroughly explore and learn from.

Great Gifts for a Sagittarius

When picking out a present for that special Sagittarius person in your life, always think of the bottom line with them: they like their freedom and independence. With that bit of knowledge, you’ll be able to narrow down possible items in a gift list before finally deciding on the perfect one to buy, wrap, and give to them.

To make things easier, we’ve come up with top five best gift ideas for your favorite Sagittarian, male or female.

1. Travelling gear.

Since Sagittarius people are one of the most-travelled lot in the Zodiac, why not get them something practical that they will appreciate? Your best bets would be a classy travelling kit containing all the essentials: grooming tools, small bottles of shampoo, an aftershave or cologne spritzer, a tube of toothpaste, and a tiny toothbrush. Make sure everything’s compact and lightweight because your Sagittarian’s travelling bag is sure to be filled to the brim with stuff!

On that note, why not get them travelling gear such as a backpack or drip-dry clothing? Anything that can mean convenience and lessen the hassle of travelling, they’ll be sure to appreciate. This could also include a ticket to a package tour in an exotic locale, guide books, a compass, flashlight, Swiss Army knife, and other things an explorer might find essential.

2. A cuddly pet.

Sagittarians are crazy over cute pets. They’re the types to spoil their darling domesticated creatures rotten with treats and much attention. So why not pick out a kitten, puppy, or bunny from a pet store to give to your special Sagittarius? Even better, go to an animal shelter and pick out a lonely abandoned pet. This will appeal to Sagittarius’ deep sense of animal welfare.

3. Books, books, and more books.

Reading takes a huge chunk of a Sagittarian’s life. They do it when they travel, when they’re at home, and just about everywhere they have a moment to sit and browse through pages. You can be quite sure they almost always have a book in their bags, or filling up a shelf in their dwelling.

Here’s a huge hint though, if you’re going to get a Sagittarius person a book, make sure it’s about philosophy or travel. Coffee table books of exotic locales complete with glossy, high-resolution photos should hit the spot just right with your favorite Sagittarian.

4. Sports equipment.

Being constantly on the go is a must for a Sagittarius. Take your cue from this when shopping for presents for them. Pick out sporty stuff: gym clothes or equipment, camping gear, athletic accessories—or a mountain bike, if you’re feeling generous. Anything that spells out “a-c-t-i-v-e” is a sure bet.

5. Something that will tickle their funny bone.

Those born under the sign of The Archer usually have a good sense of humor. Chances are, they’re always the ones telling jokes and inventing gags. So pick out something that will encourage their constant state of amusement. Get them a gag set (ones that usually include whoopee cushions, squirting lapel flowers, exploding gum packs, etc.), a joke book, or entrance tickets to a stand-up comedy show or movie. Make your Sagittarius laugh with the gift you give, and they will surely love you for it.

6. A birthday party.

What best way to celebrate the beginning of another year in a Sagittarian’s life than inviting his friends and family over to have fun, fun, fun. You don’t need an elaborate one, just some food and cocktails where you can talk and even dance. The best part is, you can do this at the comforts of your own home.

The Sagittarius Man in Love

The Sagittarius man is notorious for not being able to commit. He’s just too independent and loves being on his own too much he doesn’t want to be tied up to a relationship because he feels it might be the end to a happy-go-lucky life he enjoys so much. This is a reason why it’s hard to feel secure with him. But all of doesn’t really mean he is incapable of committing.

A Sagittarius guy is one of the most honest people you can ever meet. This characteristic is probably the biggest factor why a Sagittarius is often perceived as callous and insensitive. It’s not like he goes just around playing with people’s feelings. He doesn’t say or do things just to be blunt he just wants to make sure things are clear from the very beginning. A Sag likes laying the cards on the table. If a Sag tells you he is in to you, you can take his word for it. He won’t say he loves you unless he really means it.

The Sag can make some amazing, lasting friendships and if he can do that he can commit. For him, everything is about the chase. The sense of adventure he gets in chasing someone; the taste of victory
when he finally gets that yes. While it is true that he gets bored easy, when he finds true love he makes sure to work on it and at the same time enjoy it. He tries to make it as adventurous as he can and works with his partner so he won’t lose the adrenaline. And although he is not known to be the best at keeping commitments, a Sagittarius is believed to be one of the most loyal lovers there is. He is kind
and caring and will go a long way or even out of the way to fulfill the partner’s needs. A Sagittarius is not your garden variety, white picket fence type of guy. What he’s really looking for is not his better-
half. Not someone who will make him feel whole. Instead he’s looking for someone who will become his partner in a journey full of adventure; someone who won’t lose composure with a few bumps along the

When in love, he is very generous, showering his partner with lavish presents and he is very attentive. He is also a very passionate lover and a romantic. He can make his partner feel like she’s the most interesting woman there is. He would be very attentive, and very sweet. He’d drop everything to talk to her, put some music on, turn off the phone, do long cuddles in the sofa, stare at her and interrupt
everything she says for a long, sweet kiss.

Bottom line, is that no matter how notorious the Sagittarius is for being a flirt, when it comes down to it, he will do everything he can for the love of his life. So it’s only fair to meet him half way and give him what he needs because it’s not like he’s asking for the impossible. All he needs is a little understanding and a lot adventure.