Virgo and Virgo magnetize the natural traits of this lovable earth sign. And, it must be said, two Virgins make for a whole lot of finely tuned relating. A family pack of what Virgo does in volume -- analyzing, criticizing, self-improvement planning, organizing, fretting. This can be a perfect love, as long as the Virgin realizes perfecting the self in love, is a worthy direction, but not a destination.Precision Dating
The dating period is tender and tentative, and both arrive on the dot. There's a concern for etiquette in the beginning that lends some refinement to what can be an awkward time. Virgo needs lots of reassurance, and this is something they offer each other, as a way to build trust. They admire the clean-as-a-whistle physical presence, and offer the same "virginal" landscape, though we all know Virgo is a very sensual sign. Once there is intimacy, these two have the precision to satisfy, and open up to earthly pleasures together.
At home, the Virgo stereotype of being tidy finds full expression, and together they can keep making refinements. They'll both want to live simply, sensibly and as close to natural elements as possible. They're a couple that may want to live 100% organic, and may have an interest in gardening. But they'll need to take breaks from the self-improvement agenda, or risk crowding out spontaniety.
Virgo's dark side is the tendency to be the constant critic, which actually comes from a gift -- the ability to see what needs changing. The Virgo-Virgo couple will need to cultivate acceptance for who they are at any given moment. Too much emphasis on the plans for progress can put them in high stress mode, and tax an already nervous system. It's important for them to find ways to relax and be in the moment, and go off in the country for a change of scenery. All work and no play makes them stressed out, and too tense to stop and smell the roses along the way. Both need lots of solitude to find wholeness again, and that's another key to making the relationship work.