Earthy Virgo Moon is like the fertile ground from which crops grow. Fiery Sagittarius Moon is like wildfire snaking through the forest. I think anyone can see where this is going to go. Virgo Moon gets the worst of it, but Sagittarius Moon suffers, too. What actually brings the two of them together is a need to be right. They probably argue all through their dating and courtship. If it ever gets to marriage, these two will bicker all the way through it.
Sagittarius Moon is the perennial wanderer of the zodiac. It needs to be free to come and free to go. Virgo Moon needs to make everything perfect. This is an inherent mismatch of needs. Virgo Moon needs commitment, or at least an agreement that Sagittarius Moon will stick around. Sagittarius Moon can't really do that. It's like a bird that lands in your yard: it will stay so long as the conditions are right, but if you try to grab it, it flies away. Virgo Moon starts to pit and pull at Sagittarius Moon, who does deserve it to some extent. It is sloppy, overly optimistic, and a terrible problem solver. Virgo Moon feels like it's trying to tame a wild horse, and eventually, it stops trying and lets it run free.
If this every does get to a wedding, it will be because Sagittarius Moon is dragged to the altar, and because Virgo Moon is also dragged to the altar. Neither one of them really want the other one. They see each other as fundamentally flawed.
To put it plainly, Virgo Moon will either chase Sagittarius Moon out of the house or Sagittarius Moon will say it's going out for groceries and never come back, and Virgo Moon rolls up the doormat and changes the locks. Sagittarius Moon simply cannot abide by Virgo Moon's need for cleanliness and order. It doesn't care about putting things in the right place. It doesn't want care if Virgo Moon carefully budgets each month, or If it just mopped the floor. On the other hand, Virgo Moon doesn't care if Sagittarius Moon needs to try new things, or if it needs a break from routine, or if it has to just simply get up and take a walk without scheduling it or checking in.
What Virgo Moon needs structured, Sagittarius Moon needs unstructured. Sagittarius Moon doesn't feel loved if it is hemmed in to expectations, schedules, and routines. It feels as if life is passing by, and that the adventure of being alive is gone. On the other hand, Virgo Moon thrives on this stuff, and it feels unloved when Sagittarius Moon haphazardly brings chaos into their life, either on purpose or through neglect. These two don't grow old together. Virgo Moon grows old because it takes care of itself. Sagittarius Moon grows old out of sheer luck. But together? They wouldn't strangle each other. They would simply walk away and never look back.
Virgo Moon likes sex because it is a time and a place to fully engage in sensuality behind closed doors. Sagittarius Moon likes sex because it's friendly and sporty. It wants the orgasm. Sagittarius Moon doesn't really have the patience or interest in foreplay for Virgo Moon, who loves nothing more than to spend hours touching and kissing and getting ready for the sex act. The orgasm isn't the goal for Virgo Moon; it's the only thing for Sagittarius Moon, who is much less adept at turning a partner on.
Sagittarius Moon cannot turn Virgo Moon on the way it wants. It doesn't want to engage in pillow talk, and it certainly doesn't want to take a shower before sex. Virgo Moon feels like a tavern wench or a peasant has walked into her bedroom, and has to try to make the most of it. After a while, it starts to lay down the rules, which if not obeyed, means no sex. This usually results in bed death for the relationship.
This is a really tough one to fix. These two Moon are inherently incompatible, and reconciling this will take a lot of work. It may be best if they don't try to make it a permanent relationship. Sagittarius Moon needs to be free to come and go, and Virgo Moon needs to be free to have a life without chaos. If they're not married, and not attached at the hip, this solves the major problem.
However, if they do wish to marry or be together for the long haul, they might want to simply live in different homes, or live next door to each other. If they can give each other the physical space they need to live as they please, they can focus on the things that brought them together in the first place... whatever those things are.
Sun sign compatibility will get you so far. Virgo Moon is a master at details, but can you handle constant routine? If you want to know if you are happy with Virgo Moon's timidity, you must know if your Moon sign is compatible with this Moon sign. To determine if your Moon is in Virgo or Sagittarius, put your birth date and birth time in our Natal Chart Calculator and do the same for your partner.