3. Chinese horoscopes: Ox (1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009):Good traits:You'll be able to depend on the ox to be hardworking and steady. They tend to be patient and methodical, keeping calm under pressure. But at the same time, they are ambitious and will strive hard to reach their goals.
Bad traits: One of the main reasons why the ox is so hardworking is because of their stubbornness and narrow-mindeness - once they set their sights on their goals, there's no stopping them, no matter who or what gets in their way. They're not willing to compromise. They can also be materialistic at times.
Oxes in a relationship: Oxes are looking for a stable, traditional relationship. It will take them a long time to find the right partner, and they won't settle for anything less than perfect, as they hate change. Oxes don't believe in expressing their love in words and much prefer showing their feelings through gestures and actions. Oxes aren't that flirty and once they find the right partner are honest and faithful and willing to settle down.
Sex: Oxes like stability and shine in long-term relationships when they begin to feel more comfortable. This means that sex may become slightly repetitive so spice things up with some new sex positions. Having said that, Oxes are hard-working and very devoted, so they make very generous and selfless lovers - great for taking their time in bed!
Best sexual partner: Snake and Rooster
Least compatible with... Sheep
Best sex positions for the Ox: Anything where the Ox can take their time - try our Tantric sex positions
Famous people born in the Year of the Ox: Jack Nicholson, Meryl Streep, Princess Diana, Barack Obama, Keira Knightley, Lily Allen, Margaret Thatcher, Walt Disney and Leona Lewis.
Corresponding Western horoscope: Capricorn