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Dating a Gemini man

Lorna Cowan / 10 June 2019

The Gemini male is cool, clever and will click with your mind. Find out what it’s like to date a Gemini man.

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The Gemini male enjoys intellectual company and will fall in love with your mind first and foremost.

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Characteristics of a Gemini man

The Gemini male is bright, bubbly, and never ever boring. Ask him a question about any subject – quantum physics or Celebrity Big Brother - and he’ll have an interesting, and often amusing, answer. That’s if you ever find him sitting still. This star sign is forever on the go, setting himself new challenges. He’ll be attempting to break his personal best in a triathlon, skydiving for charity, or memorising the entire works of Shakespeare – just for fun. Anyone who wants to date this master of all trades will need to shape up!

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The Gemini man in love

The Gemini male enjoys intellectual company and will fall in love with your mind first and foremost. As a result, online dating suits him well, as he has to click with your thoughts before a relationship can begin. He’s a good communicator and doesn’t mince his words, so there’ll be no confusion as to whether he’s keen to spend time with you.

Chances are though, part-time or long-distance relationships are more his thing. When else would he get to pursue all his other passions?

How to date a Gemini man

Be reckless. Yes, zooming along a zip wire might not be your activity of choice for the afternoon, but when dating a Gemini male, everything has to be possible - even the weird and not so wonderful. It may sound like a contradiction, but prepare to be impulsive.

Listen, love and laugh. If there’s one thing that rings true about a Gemini male, it’s that he’s a great conversationalist. And he certainly has plenty to talk about. Anecdotes will be animated, experiences intensely expressed – what great company!

How NOT to date a Gemini man

Do not attempt to pin him down. The Gemini man only lives by one set of rules – his own – so allow him his freedom. At the end of the day, he’ll return to be with the one he loves, the one who has truly captured his heart. Let it be you.

Don’t let him lose interest. Make an effort and keep your relationship alive and exciting. Get used to change too. He likes variety and is forever upping roots to find new adventures elsewhere. Be top of his list of things to take with him.

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The perfect date

It’s easy to plan a date with a Gemini male – just have fun. And if there’s a party or barbecue to attend, where he gets the chance to be the life and soul, then all the better. Put him in the spotlight and he shines.

If you prefer two’s company, remember with a Gemini there will always be three in the relationship. Appeal to both twins and start off your date at the ice rink or indoor ski dome, then head to a quiet candle-lit restaurant for food, wine and stimulating banter.

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Couples that play together stay together, which is why the Gemini male is usually most compatible with an Aries or Aquarius. But he’ll also get on well with a Capricorn. So much so, that this pairing may even be able to work and find employment together.

As for teaming up with a Leo, love has the potential to flourish. However, with two inflated egos vying for pole position, one is sure to take a tumble.

Famous Gemini males: Jamie Oliver, Johnny Depp, Clint Eastwood, Aidan Turner, Daniel Casey, Hugh Laurie


The opinions expressed are those of the author and are not held by Saga unless specifically stated. The material is for general information only and does not constitute investment, tax, legal, medical or other form of advice. You should not rely on this information to make (or refrain from making) any decisions. Always obtain independent, professional advice for your own particular situation.

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