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Chinese horoscopes: Dragon

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5. Chinese horoscopes: Dragon (1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012)

Good traits: Dragons are proud creatures and those born in the year of the dragon share this. They have lots of energy and are enthusiastic and loyal to those they care about. They're good at making decisions and stick to them, meaning they'll make great leaders.

Bad traits: For all their leadership skills, Dragons can be too bossy, aggressive and arrogant. They can upset the people they care about by demanding too much from them.

Dragons in a relationship: Dragons are fiercely independent and don't like being tied down in relationships. They will often hesitate to commit fully to a partner. However, Dragons can be very direct and know what they want, so when they meet the right person and make the commitment they are unlikely to ever leave. Dragons like to be the centre of attention and expect this in a relationship as well. Never ones to conform, Dragons hate rules so they tend to need a relaxed relationship free of over-dependency!

Sex: Dragons have a high opinion of themselves and expect this to be reciprocated from their lover. They actively seek excitement and thrills, so will be adventurous and experimental when it comes to sex. Never a dull moment in bed with a Dragon, they're energetic and have high libidos! They also have extremely high expectations in the bedroom so it's best not to disappoint them.

Best sexual partner: Monkey and Rat
Least compatible with... Dog

Best sex positions for Dragons: Energetic and powerful positions such as Standing Up or Dirty Dancing

Famous people born in the Year of the Dragon:
Joan of Arc, Calista Flockhart, Colin Farrell, Courteney Cox, Cliff Richard, Tom Jones, Sandra Bullock, Russell Crowe and Sigmund Freud.

Corresponding Western horoscope: Aries

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