If he is already committed, he is not one to break free quickly, but signs of his discontent will be everywhere.
Absolute reciprocal freedom works best for a partnership with an Aquarius man, which is not to say that every Aquarian seeks an open relationship. If there’s anybody who can look into the future and know he can make things better, then an Aquarius man is the one.
It can be difficult to get close to these types of Aquarian men, but once you do, you’ll be glad you persisted.
The Aquarius Man Let’s get one thing straight from the start.
The Aquarius man is no one’s water boy, and it would be a mistake to assume so.
Some well-known Aquarius men are Bob Marley, John Travolta, James Dean, and Phil Collins.
Love, like everything else, is a light-hearted game to the Aquarius man.
He is a trailblazer in every sense of the word, not a follower.
Not all Aquarians love travel, however, but his conversational itinerary is unusual and creative.
The prodding questions and indecipherable actions are just part of a game of discovery to find out what his friends really think or feel about people and places.
Play along, and take his antics with a grain of salt. Some Aquarians are more retiring, but they are usually quite intriguing and likable in a distant kind of way.
Nothing is too provocative or challenging to him in the bedroom, or more often, out of it.
The quieter types will nevertheless surprise you at every turn, once you’ve earned their trust.
Sometimes obstinate and stubborn, the Water Bearer is a fixed sign, and the Aquarius man will see through anything he starts to its bitter end.