|🏅 Overall Compatibility Score
|🤟🏼 Communication & Intellect
|❤️🔥 Emotions & Sex
On the surface, Aquarius and Taurus don’t seem like they’d be an ideal match. They have some significant differences that can drive them apart, such as different schools of thought, ways of solving problems, and beliefs about independence.
In fact, whether or not these two will succeed in a relationship is a 50/50 coin toss. And which side of the coin they’ll fall on largely depends on Taurus’ nature, not Aquarius. If Taurus is open-minded and capable of showing flexibility, then these two just might make a great couple. Aquarius will be charmed by Taurus’ intelligence, and Taurus will appreciate Aquarius’ creativity and ingenuity.
But if Taurus is strict and rigid, Aquarius will be unwilling to accept them, and will never even bother trying to establish a deeper connection. Taurus will also bypass Aquarius if they don’t see any potential for a long-term connection, which means these two will never move past the first stages of the relationship.
Communication & Intellect
For Aquarius, intelligence is the most important thing they look for in a partner. As innovators and thinkers, they couldn’t possibly stand being with a partner they didn’t find intelligent. In this area, Taurus will more than likely be able to satisfy them. Taurus possesses both objective, and emotional intelligence thanks to their ability to analyze things from all possible angles.
Aquarius loves to have intellectual conversations with their partner— it’s basically the best way to romance them. Whether or not Taurus can deliver on this requirement really comes down to the person. Some Tauruses are overly analytical, and everything is an equation to them with a right and wrong answer. This kind of Taurus is indeed intelligent, but they won’t work for Aquarius.
Aquarius is a progressive and a free thinker. They’re innovators and the kind of person that finds unique and clever ways to solve a problem that the other signs may never come up with. If Taurus also holds progressive viewpoints, then these two can make an incredible team. Their combined intelligence means they have the potential to solve any challenge and achieve any goal.
So overall, it’s a coin toss between these two. They’ll either get along really well and delight in each other’s minds, or they’ll be completely mismatched.
Emotions & Sex
Emotions are very complicated for Aquarius. They are known for their stand-offish and guarded natures because they do not let others see their emotions. Even after having been with their partner for years, they won’t grow into the kind of person that feels okay with sharing their emotions. If your partner or friend is an Aquarius, you should know that this guarded nature is here to stay. An Aquarius’ partner could spend their whole life with them, and see Aquarius get emotional only a handful of times.
The problem here is that Taurus is also not particularly expressive with their emotions. They place logic and reasoning above emotions and feelings. This means that even if they can sense that something is bothering Aquarius on an emotional level, they’re probably not going to try to get them to talk about it, or help them process things. The truth is that Aquarius needs this in a partner— someone to remind them that they don’t have to keep everything bottled up inside. This is something that Taurus won’t realize or think to do for them.
If Taurus and Aquarius manage to reach a point in their relationship where they become intimately involved, then they might manage to hit it off. Making it that far into their relationship will mean that Taurus is really invested in Aquarius. And since Taurus is a very sensual and giving lover, they’ll certainly put in a lot of effort to please Aquarius.
Aquarius’ tastes are known to change like the wind, which might not work so well for the stable and consistent Taurus. Aquarius may also be a distant partner and will continue to keep their emotions hidden even when it comes to sex. This will definitely bother Taurus, who expects investment from their partner on all levels. Overall, these two will have a challenging time getting on the same wavelength.
Aquarius is an interesting sign because they manage to value both their independence and commitment at the same time. They are similar to Taurus in that they go into relationships with the intention of having a long-term commitment— they’re not looking for a fling.
But while Aquarius is a committed partner who’s in it for the long haul, they also have a deep need to maintain their independence. Aquarius is not the kind who will fall so madly in love that they will lose themselves in their partner. They will maintain their individual identity, hold their own beliefs, keep their own friends, and explore their own hobbies and interests.
Here again, it becomes a coin toss as to whether or not the Taurus they meet will be okay with this. Sometimes Taurus can have a negative, controlling nature. They want to possess all aspects of their partner, so an independent, strong-willed Aquarius will not accept this.
However, other Taurus partners will admire Aquarius for their independent nature. They will certainly expect loyalty and full faithfulness in their relationship. But they won’t try to control Aquarius and are perfectly okay with them maintaining their independence in areas like hobbies and friends.
Taurus and Aquarius should find activities that complement their differing natures. This pair might enjoy things like hiking, or individual sports like skiing, swimming, or running. They’re not like Aries and Leo, so it’s unlikely that they will start to compete with one another. Instead, these activities give them something to do together, while still giving them their own space.
These two would also do well to capitalize on their shared intelligence and work together as a team to solve problems, or even just explore interesting topics. Maybe this means watching documentaries together. Or maybe it even means starting a small business. If these two have found their groove, there’s no telling what they could accomplish when they put their heads together.