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Virgo - Taurus Love Compatibility




In theory Virgo and Taurus represent one of the best possible Star Sign pairings, with the ability to blend perfectly with each other and enjoy a very high level of love compatibility. But in practice, what’s most important for the success of their relationship is how committed they are to each other as a couple and how willing they are to put each other first in their lives.


Traditionally this is considered to be one of the most harmonious Star Sign combinations, with good prospects for long-term love compatibility and happiness!

Ruled by the same element of Earth, Virgo and Taurus share the same desire for material achievement and a similarly practical approach to life. Each sign also has a genuine respect for each other’s talents and abilities – Taurus for Virgo’s work ethic and efficiency and Virgo for Taurus’s patience and determination – and are able to interact creatively in a variety of ways.

Difficulties may arise only if Virgo gets overly critical, and Taurus responds with its characteristic fixity and stubbornness. With its endless passion for getting things right, Virgo is a relentless nit-picker, whereas languorous Taurus is much too laid-back and inert to do anything it doesn't have to do. Taurus may be known for its placid nature, but if pushed too far by Virgo's nagging, it can easily turn into a raging Bull.

In general though, there’s far too much congeniality and goodwill between these Sun Signs for them to fall out in a major way. Virgo and Taurus are natural born buddies, and the slight element of tension present between them merely fans the flames of the strong attraction which very often exists.


Emotionally, Virgo and Taurus are two of the most sensible and feet-on-the-ground signs in the Zodiac and in this sense are highly compatible. Linked by their cautious, financially astute outlook, although Virgo and Taurus both take great pleasure in the good things in life, they would never risk breaking the bank to acquire them.

Neither sign frets overly much about affairs of the heart – romantic dramas aren’t really their thing, and where love is concerned they just tend to get on with it. As Earth signs, Virgo and Taurus are more emotionally focused on practical issues, with perfectionist Virgo worrying a lot about nitty gritty details and Taurus getting very jumpy when faced with any kind of threat to its material security.

In this pairing it is Taurus, however, who is the steadier and more emotionally easygoing sign, its rock-like support exerting a helpfully calming effect on Virgo’s high-strung and fragile nervous system.


Sexually, Virgo and Taurus are well matched, both being quite practical in their approach and both being keen to satisfy each other's physical needs. Okay, so Virgo can seem a little uptight and overly clinical at times to the sensuous, pleasure-loving Bull, while Taurus is sometimes too set in its ways for Virgo, who prefers to vary its sexual techniques. But practice makes perfect for these two – and it's something they just can't get enough of!


Practical matters and everyday concerns, like money or work, form the main topics of conversation between these two Star Signs. Mentally, Taurus and Virgo are very much on the same page in that they’d rather focus their minds on essential facts and realities than waste time talking about abstract ideas and theories.

Communicating with each other about how they’re feeling doesn’t come so naturally, or seem quite so important to them though, and the intangible aspects of problems are often ignored in favor of thinking up workable commonsense solutions. While this strictly pragmatic approach works very efficiently in the short term, it can create trouble for the future when emotional issues that are swept under the rug later come back to haunt them.


As two highly diligent, financially astute Earth Signs, Virgo and Taurus run the risk of being so focused on material achievement that they put work and money ahead of their relationship with each other and the wellbeing of their partnership as a whole.