CAPRICORN (December 22–January 20)
As the old saying goes, your chart is all new players in a whole new ballgame. Yet so many factors describing your family constellation are active in your chart, you may not notice the difference. It will be excellent if you do. One way to verify things is to push sexual boundaries. You'll notice by how people respond whether they're part of "the family in your head," or if you've expanded into new territory. Where your full-spectrum sexuality is not welcome, you probably don't want to hang out. I don't mean to suggest that you should show up to your job on the stock exchange in drag. I mean more in intimate, household and family environments. Everyone who is in some way queer understands the process of coming out as a means of claiming your identity. However, this applies to those whose sexuality is also on the straight side of the spectrum. You may be aware how much energy goes into cloaking your reality, once you discover you're doing it. If you're worried that you're going to make others insecure, drop that load. Their alleged security is not your responsibility. You are, however, responsible for being true to your own values; and you're not really the social conservative you sometimes portray yourself as being. Deep down, you're rather saucy, and take some thrill in being inappropriate.