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Chinese horoscopes: Rabbit

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4. Chinese horoscopes: Rabbit (1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011)

Good traits: People born in the year of the Rabbit are gracious, kind, friendly and have beautiful manners. They're not as stubborn as some of the other signs and although they're very confident, they're also compassionate enough to think of other people's needs. Rabbits are great perfectionists with a real eye for detail.

Bad traits: Rabbits can be a little superficial at times and care about appearances. They don't like big social gatherings and can get flustered and stressed by anything competitive, preferring calmer situations. Rabbits may be overly cautious and it's not hard to make them cry!

Rabbits in a relationship: Despite seeming aloof on the outside, Rabbits are romantic and caring in a relationship. Rabbits are also realistic about love and don't let themselves get carried away, so it may take a Rabbit time to settle with a long-term partner. They hate confrontation and do anything they can to avoid it. Rabbits need an affectionate partner who is loving and attentive and as a sensitive sign of the Chinese zodiac, don't react well to selfishness.

Sex: Rabbits love sex! They are very sexual and enjoy the intimacy and tenderness of making love. They love foreplay and appreciate public displays of affection to boost their confidence. Once a Rabbit gets into the swing of things they'll be at it for hours!

Best sexual partner: Sheep and Pig
Least compatible with... Rooster

Best sex positions for the Rabbit: Try more intimate and sensual positions like Lap Love or Face to Face

Famous people born in the Year of the Rabbit: John Cleese Whitney Houston, Jamie Oliver, David Beckham, Russell Brand, Peter Andre, Sting and Drew Barrymore.

Corresponding Western horoscope: Pisces

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