No, not at all. Your sun sign or rather, the Sun, represents your identity and ego, unlike the other planets who represent more particular aspects of yourself, so inherently, you’re your Sun sign. Your moon sign represents your emotional nature and your feelings, rather than who you are intuitively. I’m sure you must know about Gemini by now, and I don’t have much of an unorthodox grasp of this sign, but Gemini, being ruled by Mercury, who represents the mind and communication, has very much to do with the mind and intelligence and is rather eclectic, being able to see all points of view, all different mentalities and somehow integrate them. They’re also very knowledgeable about many different things, akin to them grasping many mentalities. Many see them as mercurial or changeable, but really, it’s just that they can grasp all opinions and they don’t particularly agree or disagree on any one of them. They are also very logical and shrewd. As for your Aquarius Moon, your Moon is also in an air sign, so the cores, so to speak, of your identity and your emotional selves aren’t much different, but that’s just at the core. Well, I don’t know much about the Moon in Aquarius, but Aquarius is very detached, well, all air signs are, but Aquarius especially, so your emotional self is probably detached to some extent. I can’t say anything further than that though, sorry. The ascendant is the self you present to others. Virgo is also ruled by Mercury, so there is another similarity between these signs, but other than that, Gemini and Virgo are quite different. Virgos are also a representation of the mind, and they represent the aspect of it that’s rather nervous and very worrisome. Virgo worries very much about the details and wants everything to be in order, but, being very observant about details, they also are very analytical and intelligent, though they can over-analyse. So I’d say the self you present to others is both aspects of Mercury, you might seem nervous and jittery due to your ascendant but your Sun helps you have an all-points-of-view mentality and be more confident and detached.