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Mars in Sagittarius will make your sex life adventurous

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Mars in Sagittarius will make your sex life adventurous

Let’s get rowdy. The stars are saying that it’s time to explore all of your sexual freedom.

Mars — the fiery red planet that rules sex, desire and drive — will begin an exotic dance from Dec. 13, 2021, until Jan. 24, 2022! No longer are we chained to others or even to who we once thought we were. Mars in Sagittarius is about breaking free and exploring all of the hot, passionate and unique possibilities that life has to offer.

Feeling adventurous? Oh, you will be!

Sagittarius is the zodiac sign that rules expansive growth and stepping outside of our comfort zones. This fire sign blends exceptionally well with the natural energy of Mars, so you can expect your enthusiasm — and libido — to burn brightly!

Sagittarius holds ties to long-distance travel and venturing into the unknown, which would be an excellent idea for couples and singles to dive into during this time. Those who are attached will find that the change of pace could reignite their connection. (Hello, sex marathons that make you feel like you’re in the honeymoon phase again!) Singles, meanwhile, will end up meeting people outside of their normal “type” who could open their minds about what life has to offer — as well as how sex can be different, too! With Sagittarius overseeing international relations and people from different backgrounds, cultures, lifestyles and places of origin, we will find that collectively we’re drawn to connect with people and experiences that open our vision.

Expand your heart. Open your mind. Spice up your sex life. These are all key themes for Mars in Sagittarius.

Mars is the fiery red planet that rules sex, desire and drive.
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While this all sounds like a ton of fun, Mars in Sagittarius is not a major time for commitment. In fact, if we feel like we’re being caged or controlled, we’ll end up erupting like a firecracker before carrying forward solo. That doesn’t mean relationships will suffer, but it does mean we must be more open-minded and supportive of our partners and what makes them feel free and unique.

Also, this can be a time when people are drawn to a bachelor lifestyle — I’m looking at you, singles! — and even fall into a gangbang line-up of hookups that never end. Practice safe sex, ya’ll — and, if you’re going to swap fluids, be smart about it, k? When it comes to sex and dating, try looking for experiences outside of your normal routine to add into your rituals, if taken. If single, try dating outside of your normal “type.”

Hot tip: consider role-playing, costumes or mild kink. Have some wine or indulge in your fav legal edible while getting it on. Oh, and public sex, risky sex or voyeuristic sex will make you go absolutely wild.

Take a peek into a mini horoscope of what your zodiac sign will be focused on in the weeks to come — beyond just hot sex.

ARIES (MARCH 21 – APRIL 19)

Open your mind to the endless possibilities of new horizons, Aries. You are one of the most adventurous zodiac signs, so you’ll feel a rush of excitement ignite your mind and heart in the weeks to come. Prepare to explore new professional, academic or spiritual territory and, as you do, you’ll download great new wisdom about your place in the world. Some Aries will become very focused on an academic or media project during this time.

However, others will become very busy with travel, immigration or connecting with people far from you. Taht could be in regards to international business or relations — or just bring you into contact with others from different cultures or backgrounds. Don’t limit yourself at this time. Soar.

TAURUS (APRIL 20 – MAY 20)

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Union, trust and vulnerability could be very big themes for you in the weeks ahead, Taurus. You could be feeling all-or-nothing in regards to where you stand in a partnership. While you could become especially intense about your intimate, sensual or sexual needs, this could bring you the impetus to sit down and hash out where you are as a team and where you’d like to go. If there are frustrations beneath the surface, they could be aired out now.

Another way this will affect you is likely to increase your expenses, especially around big-money matters. Yet, if you are strategic, you could also amplify your wealth, especially around assets, investments, a settlement or an inheritance.

GEMINI (MAY 21 – JUNE 20)

Teamwork, cooperation and partnership will be the key themes for you, Gemini. On one hand, this could be excellent for accomplishing a lot with someone in business or love. It isn’t ideal to be trying to attack things on your own now — no! Find the mirror who can take you much further as a team. While this energy obviously favors committed Geminis more, seeing you very busy together, singles can also share in this energy by putting themselves out there to find someone who has long-term potential.

However, if there has been tension bubbling beneath the seams with a partner, competitor or enemy, you may now watch as it erupts. Do your best to step up and handle it.

CANCER (JUNE 21 – JULY 22)

Prepare for an extremely busy period, Cancer! With a never-ending supply of projects and responsibilities suddenly being placed on your shoulders for work, it’s clear that you have a lot you want to achieve now and in 2022. Keep at it and you’ll be proud of everything you accomplish now.

However, if you’re out of work, this is an ideal time to hit the grindstone and put yourself out there because you could find a new job or client that keeps you busy and gives you security.

Last to mention is that you’ll have a strong impetus to tackle a new diet or fitness regimen, too — helping you to become stronger as you march into the new year.

LEO (JULY 23 – AUGUST 22)

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Romance, sex, dating and passion have arrived for you, Leo! You will be given an opportunity to let your hair down and have a ton of fun. This is an excellent period for single Leos to put themselves out there and meet spicy and adventurous new suitors — one of the best periods within two years! Do not let this go to waste if you’d like to find someone who lights your heart on fire.

Attached Leos can enjoy this energy, too, as you have a stronger urge to enjoy your relationship and reignite the spark between you. Plan some memorable dates together. Not only can your sex life flourish but, if pursuing pregnancy, you’ll have the stars in your favor.

Lastly, if you’re creative, prepare for a surge of artistic energy to inspire your mind, heart and soul.

VIRGO (AUGUST 23 – SEPTEMBER 22)

Domestic and family matters will be of prime focus for you, Virgo. You could be hosting many holiday events at your space — or even just deciding to redecorate and welcome in a whole new you for 2022.

However, some Virgos will realize it’s time to move, relocate or renovate because they need a complete change on outlook. If you do so, you’ll be especially glad that you did, although you could be quite nostalgic during this time, too.

Lastly, if you are being required to step in to handle a family or parental affair, do so swiftly and you’ll be able to make sure everything is in line.

LIBRA (SEPTEMBER 23 – OCTOBER 22)

Get ready to broadcast an important message to the world, Libra. You will likely be very busy with a writing, speaking, advertising, marketing, social media or communications-related project in the weeks to come. You know that time is of the essence, so you could be eager to get everything launched in time for 2022’s big goals.

Another way this could affect you is around contractual or legal matters. The passion is surging through you and you’re ready to get everything signed on the dotted line!

Lastly, if you have hoped for a change of pace, you’ll likely take several short-distance trips to nearby towns and attractions. If you do, you’ll meet many unique people along the way.

SCORPIO (OCTOBER 23 – NOVEMBER 21)

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Wealth is more important than ever to you, Scorpio. However, with so much energy focused on your sector of income, you could be spending money as quickly as you’re bringing it in! Use this time to assess your budget and know exactly where your money is going. Yet, if you have your eyes on the prize for a big bonus, raise or a new job, now is the time to make it happen. Funnel every ounce of strength into getting ahead for 2022 and you’ll soon bask in victory.

SAGITTARIUS (NOVEMBER 22 – DECEMBER 21)

Ignite, Sagittarius! Prepare for a surge of strength, power and confidence to energize your life in the weeks to come. You’ll have more energy to tackle all of your most important goals, along with the charm, charisma and magnetism to enchant anyone you encounter. Now is the most important period within two years to set your goals and launch new endeavors, as you tackle them one by one. Use your unstoppable fuel to put all of the pieces into place for both your personal and professional endeavors.

CAPRICORN (DECEMBER 22 – JANUARY 19)

Lie low, brainstorm and develop your goals for 2022, Capricorn. You’ll likely be very busy with some projects behind-the-scenes that are consuming your attention. If you take your time to develop them now, you’ll find that you have creative breakthroughs about how to approach them strategically. These can be endeavors of a personal or professional nature.

However, you may also be feeling a bit burned out and need to recharge your physical, emotional and psychological batteries at this time. Don’t push it — listen to what your body and spirit are telling you.

AQUARIUS (JANUARY 20 – FEBRUARY 18)

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Ring the alarm and step into the center of the ring, Aquarius! You are set to become more popular than ever in the weeks ahead. Not only will you be especially social, but you’ll likely find that many friends and acquaintances are reaching out to tell you how much they appreciate you. This will inspire you to make 2022 even more of a lively year. This energy bodes well for online dating or meeting someone hot in your network, too — perhaps even a friend who you’ve had your eyes (and thirst) upon for a while.

Last to mention is that you will be especially focused on your greatest personal aspirations, too, likely finding that at least one of them is now within reach.

PISCES (FEBRUARY 19 – MARCH 20)

Own your throne, Pisces! Professional victories will be laid before you and you will be conquering every single one! You’ll likely be extremely busy with your career, as you line up projects for 2022 and set your sights on vast new ambitions. Promotions, awards or glorious success could arrive for previously completed work.

However, if you’re not seeing as much victory as you’d like, then it may be time to assess a different strategy to get it — or a new professional lane altogether. Use this time wisely and you’ll make a great deal of progress.


Kyle Thomas is a globally recognized pop culture astrologer who has been featured in Cosmopolitan Magazine, ABC Television, Hulu, Bustle, Elite Daily, House Beautiful, Marie Claire, YahooNews, MSN and more. He is known for his cosmic guidance for celebrities, business executives and prominent influencers. His work harnesses the power of the stars in regards to entertainment lifestyle and trends affecting people worldwide. For more information, visit KyleThomasAstrology.com.

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Legendary NFL coach and broadcaster John Madden died Tuesday morning at 85, the NFL announced. News of the football icon’s passing hit Twitter on Tuesday evening, and athletes, coaches and broadcasters from across the sports world reacted.

Fellow broadcasting legend Dick Vitale, who is currently battling cancer, called Madden “the greatest analyst of all time of any sport” in his Twitter tribute.

Former Yankees pitcher and notable Raiders fan CC Sabathia said “your legacy will live forever.” Madden coached the then-Oakland Raiders from 1969-78, a couple of years before Sabathia, a Vallejo, California native, was born. Lakers star LeBron James had similar words about Madden’s lasting legacy, adding an infinity emoji.

Former tennis star and social justice activist Billie Jean King recalled meeting Madden as a “privilege.”

Radio voice of the Rangers Kenny Albert, a five-sport broadcaster who’s been with FOX Sports since its inception in 1994, shared a photo circa 26 years ago to remember Madden.

ESPN’s Bomani Jones took a bit of a shot at current color commentators, noting that Madden “set an unreachable standard.”

Frank Caliendo, who’s made a career out of impersonations, including one for Madden, said he was surprised how emotional he felt.

Several football players, and others, including Saints running back Mark Ingram II and former Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant, credited Madden with being part of the reason why they love football.

Rams wide receiver and NFL MVP contender Cooper Kupp quote the late coach in his tribute: “The road to Easy Street goes through the sewer.”

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Miles McBride’s Knicks role will lessen with Kemba Walker’s resurgence

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MINNEAPOLIS — The Knicks got back another body in rookie point guard Miles McBride, who was cleared from protocols Tuesday and rejoined the team in Minnesota.

But there is no longer any hype for the rookie’s return. Kemba Walker is back as the starting point guard and coming off winning Eastern Conference Player of the Week honors with four standout games, including his Christmas Day spectacular. The Knicks have gone 2-2 since Walker regained the starting job.

“It’s great,’’ coach Tom Thibodeau said. “He had a great week. He’s playing great basketball. The team winning helps him get recognized and he was a big part of driving that winning. It’s great for the team.’’

McBride was also spectacular in his last outing before getting COVID-19, when he played the entire second half Dec. 16 in Houston and seemingly earned a spot in the rotation. In fact, McBride had strung together two decent outings before he was ruled out. But things have changed since his emergence and McBride is likely back to being a bit player.

Without a practice, McBride wasn’t even expected to see time when the Knicks faced the Timberwolves to kick off a four-game road trip.

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Of course, with Walker’s arthritic knee, anything is possible. The Knicks play Detroit on Wednesday in a back-to-back, so it’s uncertain whether Walker will complete both contests. In addition, Immanuel Quickley is out of COVID-19 protocols but Thibodeau wasn’t sure he was ready for meaningful minutes.

That left Walker against the depleted Timberwolves, who were missing their three top players (Anthony Edwards, Karl-Anthony Towns, D’Angelo Russell), all because of COVID-19 .

Kemba Walker
Kemba Walker
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When McBride got sidelined by the virus and Derrick Rose needed ankle surgery, Walker was resurrected by Thibodeau and it’s been a stunning comeback story.

Though Thibodeau has clear reservations about Walker based on his nine-game banishment due to his defensive malaise as an undersized point guard, he admitted after the Christmas Day triple-double against Atlanta that Walker is playing “much more aggressive.”

Walker’s triple-double that featured 10 points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds was a lot different than his prior outing, when he scored 44 points against Washington.

“I thought his passing was terrific,’’ Thibodeau said before the Knicks resumed their schedule.

“Kemba had control of the game. The game tells you what to do. That’s what I loved about the way he played. I don’t think he forced anything. They puts size on him and were aggressive in their pick-and-roll coverage. He didn’t fight it. He attacked pressure the way you like to attack pressure. You don’t fight pressure with pressure. Don’t try to split it. Get rid of it, go to the backside. Let the game tell you what to do.’’

The Knicks coach is finally seeing all the elements of what Walker can do. Before his demotion, Walker was nothing more than a no-defense, 3-point shooter whose plus-minus was an abysmal minus-122.

Thibodeau was also concerned about his durability in sitting out two of the three back-to-back sets. The last load management game in Atlanta in late November triggered Thibodeau’s decision.

But now it’s only superlatives from Thibodeau in judging the last four games.

“Sometimes it’s going to be his shooting, sometimes it’s his penetration and getting in the paint to force a collapse and sometimes they’re being aggressive with their traps get rid of the ball quickly,’’ Thibodeau said. “The overall play, his rebounding. When your guards rebound, those are key to fast breaks. The more guard rebounding we get the better we can be. ‘’

The Knicks still have three players in protocols — centers Nerlens Noel and Jericho Sims and the newly infected Wayne Selden. Quickley and Kevin Knox were cleared on Christmas but were held out for conditioning.

No matter. The Knicks go as Kemba goes.

“He’s much more aggressive,’’ Thibodeau said. “That was the challenge. At the beginning of the year he and Evan were two new starters. Sometimes guys are trying to fit in. he’s being very aggressive which is the way we want him to play. Not deferring at all. When he and Julius [Randle] are aggressive like that our team is different.’’

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When Zach Wilson stares across the MetLife Stadium field at the opposite sideline this Sunday, it won’t be Trevor Lawrence he’ll be looking at as his game-day counterpart.

Lawrence, drafted by Jacksonville one spot before the Jets selected Wilson at No. 2 overall last April, is a contemporary.

This Sunday at MetLife, the Jets rookie quarterback won’t be staring at a contemporary on the other sideline. He’ll be staring at the GOAT.

Tom Brady.

The bar raises dramatically for Wilson and the Jets, who are coming off of their feel-good, get-well win over the woeful Jaguars and Lawrence this past Sunday.

Brady and Buccaneers, who are 11-4, NFC South division champions and seeking to repeat as Super Bowl champions, play the Jets, who are 4-11 and seeking more signs of development from their rookie quarterback.

To say this is a step up in competition for Wilson and the Jets going from Lawrence and the Jags to Brady and the Bucs is as obvious as pointing out that Tampa Bay receiver Antonio Brown has had a few off-the-field incidents during his otherwise stellar NFL career.

There hasn’t been a lot to keep the interest of the Jets fan this season — other than watching Wilson’s development. That took an unfortunate pause for the four games Wilson missed with a knee injury, but he’s been back for five games and has looked like a better quarterback, throwing only two interceptions in those games (none in the last three) since returning from his injury.

The problem, though, is that Wilson hasn’t been producing enough touchdowns, throwing for three of them and rushing for four others in the past five games.

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Baby steps, though.

Wilson was the better quarterback this past Sunday when matched up with Lawrence, who threw for more yards than Wilson did, but Wilson ran for 91 yards, including his electric 52-yard scoring jaunt, and made key throws when he needed them.

Wilson will not win Sunday’s game against Brady and the Bucs throwing for the 102 yards he had against the Jaguars. He and the Jets will need more.

Consider this: Brady enters the game having thrown 37 TD passes and for 4,580 yards this season and averages a league-high 305.2 passing yards per game.

Then this: The Buccaneers average 29.5 points per game this season, second most in the NFL.

And this: Wilson doesn’t have a single 300-yard passing game, averages 183 passing yards per game and has thrown seven TD passes in 11 games.

Seven TD passes is a pedestrian two-game total for Brady.

Wilson and the Jets are playing with house money anyway in what always has been a developmental season, so Sunday against Brady should, at its very least, be a great measuring-stick learning experience for Wilson, who’s studied Brady on tape.

Wilson revealed this month that he watched film of Brady before the Jets played the Eagles on Dec. 5 in an effort to pick up tips on how Brady worked against the Eagles defense when he played them earlier in the season.

“I thought it was really cool to see kind of how he went through his whole process, how he navigated the pocket, different things like that,” Wilson said at the time.

On Sunday, Wilson gets to see that process up close as Brady tries to dissect a Jets defense that has yielded 29.9 points per game this season, the most in the NFL.

That puts an added onus on Wilson to produce on the other side of the ball, because he knows Brady is going to get his. Wilson will likely need to produce four TDs — any way he can — for the Jets to simply remain competitive with the Super Bowl champs.

That’s a lot to ask of a 22-year-old kid who’s produced just 11 TDs in his 11 starts, up against Brady, who’s thrown 618 TD passes and for 83,784 yards in his remarkable career.

It, too, is a lot to ask playing against an aggressive Tampa Bay defense that’s ranked No. 9 in the NFL in points allowed (20.8 per game) and is led by former Jets head coach Todd Bowles, who’d surely like to send a holiday message to his former employer.

If you don’t think Bowles will be blitzing the bejesus out of Wilson, then you probably think Antonio Brown is a living saint.

The good news for the Jets is that Wilson has shown incremental improvements, particularly when it comes to his decision-making and quicker releases on his throws.

“He’s coming along, he’s getting more comfortable, he’s calmer back there,’’ Jets coach Robert Saleh said Monday. “He’s in a great headspace and it’s going to be fun to watch him grow, continue to grow.’’

A big part of that growth will take place this Sunday as he watches the GOAT operate from the opposite sideline at MetLife.

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