Your Sexual Soulmate, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

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You know when you meet someone and all the planets align, sex-wise? Finding your sexual soulmate may not make for an ideal long-term situation in all cases, but it's definitely an experience everyone should have at least once. If only to realize that fiery lust can really do make for one hell of a sexual experience. But while it's easy to throw around the term "sexual soulmate," what does it mean exactly?

"Your sexual soulmate is more concerned about your orgasm than theirs," Clarissa Silva, a behavioral scientist, relationship coach, and the creator of Your Happiness Hypothesis Method, tells Bustle. "Your partner wants to absorb and learn all things that pleases you every time you have sex."

As Silva explain, as the relationship evolves both partners become more in tune with each other's wants and desires. Words are no longer needed as they were in the beginning. Everything just fits and makes sense sexually.

"The beauty is that you won’t have to negotiate what you might need, your partner will just act on it," Silva says. Doesn't that sound amazing?

But finding your sexual soulmate isn't easy. Personally, I think it might even be more difficult than finding your romantic soulmate, if that's a concept in which you believe. With sexual desires, wants, needs, and fetishes running the gamut, to find someone right there on the exact same page as you can be quite a feat.

So, if you're ready to drop everything you're doing right now, and go out there and find your sexual soulmate, you can start by looking to astrology and the zodiac signs you're most compatible with in bed. Here are your sexual soulmates, based on your sign, because opposites really can attract.

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