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Guest Gabi-lotr

How Much Geminis Here?

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Guest Gabi-lotr

We had a short discussion about this on the chat and a lot of peples said they're Geminis.

I gemini too. I think geminis have bi-personality which very complex so maybe this is why a lot of TGs are geminis.

What you think about this? :) What are you? :) Gemini? :lol:

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Guest ~Brenda~

Hi Gabi :)

Astrologically, I am Sagitarius. I do not know anything about Gemini's.

Love

Brenda

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Milly

All I know is that in the chinese zodiak thing, imma tiger, rawr >=3

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Guest Gabi-lotr

well i believe in a lot of things but now i write here just one thing which is related to this topic:

I sure why i am a girl as a gboy.Because i gemini :) And of course not just this the only reason.

I love myself :wub::blush::P

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Guest Gabi-lotr

Almost the same number for all but have more geminis than the others :)

Thanks the link.

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Guest Samurai_Kid

I am a Gemini.

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Guest Roxanna L

I'm a Gemini Ascendant, born under Libra...

Maybe not a true Gemini, but close to...

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Guest Elizabeth K

Gemini

Lizzy

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Guest AlexForever

Lol, I am Gemini too XD Lion Ascendant apparently

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Guest CynthiaRussu

GEMINI!!!!!!!!!!!! :D

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Guest eccentric

I identify as a Libra-to-Scorpio Transzodiac. :-)

Seriously, I'm a libra, yet everyone who guesses my sign thinks I'm a scorpio. I don't pay much attention to the zodiac. I do find it funny that I can pass for another sign so well.

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Guest abigus

I'm a gemini... I've often wondered if being a gemini was the reason I felt like both genders, and wondered if it had anything to do with me being bi as well... but plenty of people could probably say the same, who are different signs. I don't doubt that the dualistic nature could enhance the gender dysphoria though. Just a thought.

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