The Moon in Taurus makes a trine to Pluto in Capricorn, and we may find that discovering new pleasures and inventing new practices of pleasure are transforming our relationships to power. As adrienne maree brown writes, “there is no way to repress pleasure and expect liberation, satisfaction, or joy,” and, “Pleasure activism asserts that we all need and deserve pleasure and that our social structures must reflect this. In this moment, we must prioritize the pleasure of those most impacted by oppression … Ultimately, pleasure activism is us learning to make justice and liberation the most pleasurable experiences we can have on this planet.” Our pleasure is political. As we struggle for freedom and resist the ways in which power acts on and through our bodies, pleasure—daring to delight in our own felt experiences—becomes integral to our liberation. Celebrating the abundance of feeling that’s available to us within our own bodies transforms our relationship to power structures that would deny our access to feeling or control our capacities for pleasure. As the Moon moves into Gemini, we may feel a quickening in our systems, an alert desire to connect, to share, to be in dialogue with others and make meaning together. However, Mercury—the ruler of Gemini—is currently in aversion to its home sign. It may feel as if we have a lot to say and share, but without a clear sense of with whom we can connect. Check the angles you aren’t seeing: it’s possible that meaningful connections are escaping your notice because they are too close at hand or just to the side of wherever you are looking.