Commonly Pluto in the Seventh house doesn’t give their partners a lot of breathing space. The intensity is so overwhelming and both sides need a good support from other planets and probably from their friends in order to make this fatal attraction work without much damage. Downshifting would work, but there are no guarantees that it won’t erupt, especially when the transits to Venus and Mars come around.
Ideally your partner will have a strong and incorruptible character, but also stay willing to be flexible, since with Pluto here, you love your sting and it’s impact and it’s almost impossible to fight your attitude that the change is necessary. That combination is close to impossible. So yes, your demands are often realistic for yourself, but a stretch for the partner. If you would show flexibility and with genuine emotion give more time and space to you partner, you would feel out of character, but there is no other way.
The best bet is to be with a person who is okay with being dominated. He should absolutely and in no way be manipulated or treated unfairly. As he grows, give him all the support and the relationship may grow more supportive for both.
Hieronimuss said: “Commonly Pluto in the Seventh house doesn’t give their partners a lot of breathing space.” The sexiest man on the planet (in my little world) is Russell Crowe, so I know every inch of his starry self. His Pluto is located in his 7th House, and from what I know of him in real life, it fits perfectly. Whatever success his wife achieves (Danielle Spencer is a singer, and was on DancingWithTheStars in her country), has to live with his larger-than-life persona, a difficult thing to do. She has told reporters how she has a regular schedule, where she locks herself away from both him and their two sons and concentrates on her music, and she trusts them not to bother her unless someone’s bleeding. <— that was a mere paraphrase, she didn’t actually say that, lol.