Bisexuality is not always indicated in the chart -there can be other factors involved, such as upbringing, exposure, or free will, but
the planets can certainly have sway. Also, just about everyone is bisexual to some degree, whether conciously or unconciously. It may be that at some time in the
past humanity was perfectly bisexual before the sexes became as distinct as they are today and it may be that someday we will become so again. Dietary, genetic, and
environmental factors play a large part in the balancing or unbalancing of our sexual natures.
Astrology shows that, ideally, each of us should be 50% male and 50% female. There are, after all, six masculine signs and six feminine signs as well as six male planets an six female planets(one of which is still unconfirmed). In the ideal chart, where every planet is in its own sign or element, the sexual nature is perfectly balanced or as it should be. The very masculine fire planets -Sun, Mars, and Jupiter are in the very masculine signs Leo, Aries, and Sag, and the less masculine planets -Mercury, Uranus, and Asc(Earth), are in the less masculine air signs Gemini, Aquarius, and Libra. Likewise, the very feminine planets -Moon, Neptune, and Pluto are in the very feminine signs of Cancer, Pisces, and Scorpio and the less feminine planets of Venus, Saturn, and X are in the less feminine signs of Taurus, Capricorn, and Virgo. A mixing of fire and air will still retain the masculine nature in tact as will a mixing of water and earth.
The blurring or negative imbalances of the sexes occur when masculine planets are situated in feminine signs or feminine planets in masculine signs. Venus, for example, is a feminine planet, but what happens when it is in a masculine sign like Leo or Gemini? It then becomes both female and male or "bisexual". Let me reiterate that we should all be 50/50 in terms of sex, but the QUALITY or PURITY of that maleness or femaleness is determined by the proper mixing of planet and sign. Venus in a masculine sign(fire or air) produces a tomboyish or sexually indistinguishable nature as will any other planet not in its gender. It also follows that planets not in their proper gender have more of a tendency to veer towards homosexuality or lesbianism.
Not only is a bisexual or double-sexed planet an imbalance in itself, but it will negatively impact the balanced ones as well. Moon in fire, for example will "domesticate" what would otherwise be a purely outgoing Sun or Mars in fire. To see the bisexual potential in your chart, simply compare the number of well-placed planets(by sign) with those that are not. Below is a chart clarifying this.
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