Venus conjunct MarsThese natives tend to be attracted to invigorated partners, which may sometimes give them a hard time. They tend to dislike boring people. They have strong likes and dislikes, and tend to do things in a more spirited way. They tend to be more highly sexual, and this can touch much of what they do. There's often something risque in these individuals. Unless other influences take this elsewhere, these natives tend to vacillate between being considered as jerks and being considered little angels.
Unless other influences overshadow this (eg. ), they will tend to love sex and have a strongly sexual nature. They are strongly passionate and may have somewhat of a difficult time repressing their desires.
In a good chart they can become fighters for other people's cause.
Astrology aspects - Venus conjunct Mars Your relationship with your parents will determine your attitudes towards the opposite sex and marriage for better or worse. Normally, this gives a harmonious blending of active and passive energies and makes you sensitive and loving unless both planets are under severe stress. Drive is generally expressed constructively. This aspect is an asset when it comes to relating to the public, and is said to give luck in financial matters.
This conjunction can vary dramatically from sign to sign, and tends to give you valuable insights into your earliest dealing with the opposite sex - including dealings with your opposite-sex parent, siblings, and peers.
You have very strong emotions. Because of their intensity, you find it hard to treat relationships lightly; everything, even the smallest gesture, has importance to you. This is true in almost all relationships; it's especially true when it comes to sex and romance. If there are problems in your love life, it could be beacuse you're being too pushy or coming on too strong.
This aspect stimulates affections in a way that causes you to want an all-consuming, 'forever' type of relationship; but, funnily enough, it also givesa flirtatious streak that continues even after you've entered into a satisfying relationship. I think that people with this aspect feel that it's especially important to remain desirable - not just to a mate or lover, but to the opposite sex in general.
As the conjunction is a uniting aspect, and Venus and Mars are the male and female principles, respectively, you might think, as I once did, that it's a portent of a lasting marriage. From my studies, I've learned that this isn't the case. While people with this aspect want a lasting relationship very badly, they suffer their fair share of squabbles and separations. There's a difference between this aspect and the square and opposition though, in that there seems to be greater reluctance to make the first break. Jealousy - sometimes justified, sometimes not - on one side or another seems to be the primary cause of discord.
If you have Venus and Mars in the same sign but not conjunct, the foregoing may apply to you. However, you'd be less pushy. "