If you have Venus in Sagittarius, by definition, your Sun is in Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, or Aquarius. Two of those signs, Scorpio and Capricorn, are notorious for having no sense of humor about partners who play fast and loose with them.
If you have one of those Sun Signs, you may have a double standard in your attitudes ... that excuses your habit of chasing around but insists that your partners play by the rules and mind their manners.
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