In looking at your chart, I wonder if you might have had any experiences about sexuality that might be considered disruptive, upsetting, or fearsome, such that you have tended to shy away from intimate encounters. I say this because your moon in the 5th house of love affairs squares Uranus, whose energies feel disruptive to many people.
In the left section of an archaic temple, a lamp burns in a container shaped like a human body.
I view the whole topic of "celebacy" to be linked to an incredibly complex set of circumstances.Arian Maverick said:I must admit that I was initially guilty of the same mistaken perception I imagine many people have of my own natal chart; they see all of these planets in the first house in a Mars-ruled sign and immediately think the native was born with the inability to be celibate. Once I noticed that Saturn joined Pluto and Mars in the first house, and that Saturn was conjunct Mars, this misperception cleared.
In addition, something that is avoided and that makes such a discussion perhaps a bit confusing is the that *total sexual abstinence* is not the same thing as celibacy.
Look at this, from Merrian Webster:
1: the state of not being married
2 a: abstention from sexual intercourse
b: abstention by vow from marriage
I'm taking being "celibate" here as meaning simply not having sexual relations of any kind with another person. I think that's important, because such a defintion is not the same thing as not having any kind of sex (because it does not preclude what one does alone).