8. Chinese horoscopes: Sheep (1919, 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003)Good traits: Sheep have a bad reputation for following the crowd, but those born in the year of the Sheep are actually very creative and artistic. They have great people skills and are sympathetic and sincere, although they can also be quite shy. They are quietly calm and very easy going, always happy to go with the flow. Sheep are very caring and like to keep the peace.
Bad traits: Sheep can be moody and indecisive, they also worry too much and always think the worst. This dreary outlook means they're often a little bit pessimistic. They like to give off a tough exterior to hide their inner feelings.
Sheep in a relationship: Sheep don't like to be alone. They are big on family and like to be surrounded by children and relatives. Sheep make excellent long-term lovers, and work hard on their relationships to make sure they're loving and happy. They are real suckers for romance and need lots of affection and reassurance. With a gentle and caring nature it's hard to resist them.
Sex: Once Sheep build up their confidence with a partner they make fantastic lovers! They need a bit of encouragement and lots of love to get them going but once they're in the swing of things they are super passionate and very erotic!
Famous people born in the Year of the Sheep: Mel Gibson, Jane Austen, Michael Owen, Pamela Anderson, and Pixie Lott.
Best sexual partner: Pig and Rabbit
Least compatible with... Ox
Best sex positions for Sheep: More touchy-feely positions such as the Manhandle Her or the Slippery Nipple