Venus in Aries Man
If a man’s Venus is in Aries, he is often attracted to a tomboyish woman, perhaps athletic in appearance, but more importantly, direct, forthright, and straightforward. Ultra sensitive or shy women are not usually the most attractive women to these men, as they tend to prefer strong and independent types.
If you have Venus in Aries, my, Mon Cherie — you are like the lovable cartoon skunk Pepe LePew (in character, not necessarily in scent!). You know what you want in a relationship, and you feel best when you don’t let your fears stop you from going after it. To try and fail is much better than to isolate yourself from any chance of happiness! You need motion, movement, excitement and are attracted to a fired-up person who enjoys a good game or competition as much as you do. It’s important to recognize this and set up healthy forms of play for yourself. Otherwise you may stir up discord just to get a “charge” of energy.
The Aries Male is a dynamic go-getter who wants to be overwhelmed by passion and emotion, and cannot stand for things to become complacent or routine. He likes his partners to be powerful and motivated, beautiful, and the sexual equivalent of a tornado. His hair-triggered anger and self-righteous attitude can take some getting used to, but he does cool down as quickly as he heats up. Boredom is the quickest way to make him stray, but that is only if you’ve proven exciting enough to get a commitment out of him in the first place.
Aries Venus Man
A very unique feature this man has is his urge to be the first in everything related to relationships, for he sees the world like a competition ground. Besides, he has strong aversion to failure. In the game of dating, he wants to be the first to approach and first to profess love. In the relationship, he wants to dictate how it should go. As for breakup, this is something that must be initiated by him only. He hates the idea of getting dumped. This equates to failure after all.
What type of partner does he like to have? The answer to this will confuse many. She must be challenging enough to maintain his curiosity, interest and urge to conquer. She must be independent and have ideas for heated discussion. Physically strong women are more desirable. He does not mind if she dresses sexy or prefers manly outfits. However, anyone who gives in too easily is unattractive in his eyes. Consequently, interest fades.
This is what complicates things for the young Venus in Aries male all the more. He has trouble thinking about the stable nature of relationships. Sure he dreams of being a good lover and husband, but his immediate mind can focus only the first stage of the relationship. Most often he will start one thinking that th initial stage will last forever. When the relationship starts to warm up he realizes that this is not the case. Thus, his mind begins to wander off. Initially, he will not see this as a crime.
In fact, he will come up with many reasons to explain why he truly started looking at other women. The blame will be comfortably placed on the shoulder of his partner. In shortcut, it was her fault. The issue here is that Venus in Aries does not always think positively about partner and has a habit of taking things personally. This contradicts with his urge to be with a carefree challenging partner who knows how to debate. Hence, it does not take much time for him to turn into a heartbreaker going from one woman to another. This is also tied to the infatuation dilemma described above.
But the mind at one point does begin to switch to home and family. Age factor plays an important role in this. When maturity finally catches up, Venus-Arien reflects on his past actions and learns to value and stick to commitment more eagerly and respectfully. Yet do note that in the marriage, he does need all the spices.