Straightforward, genuine and loyal—if you follow Chinese Horoscopes, there is so much to love about people born in the Year of the Dog.
It’s probably not news to you that Dogs are energetic and endlessly loyal. They will never abandon their friends, family or work and they do their best to help—this naturally makes them a popular friend.
Dogs are energetic and determined and they can geek out on facts. If you get something wrong, a Dog will correct you. It’s not that they want to show off. They just feel it’s necessary to help others realise their mistakes.
The downside of these high standards is that Dogs often secretly feel anxious or pessimistic—especially when other people are not genuine or straightforward.
If you are born in a Dog year, you truly value your relationships, security and stability. You’re not the type to get bored just because you’ve known someone for a few years already, and if you like a sex position, you keep on liking it—why fix it if it’s not broken, right?
This constant nature is why you don’t let someone into your heart easily—because when you do open up, you truly commit. You work to understand their opinions and compromise when necessary—in and out of bed.
You’re The Star
Having sex Doggy Style in front of a big mirror keeps all the things you love about this position, and adds a little more spice: you can keep your eyes closed to enjoy the intensity and speed of this sex position, or make eye contact in the mirror to increase the unspoken bond between you.
This is a sexy update on an oldie but goodie: girl on top. He lies on a bed or sofa, with his head hanging down over the edge. You straddle him—you might need to hold his thigh for balance.
It’s good for you because you get to be the boss, and you have one hand free to touch your clitoris for more stimulation. His head hanging over the edge will give him a literal head rush—and this can make his orgasm extra intense.
Chinese Horoscope Signs Most Compatible With Dogs
Dogs are attracted to the Rabbit’s kindness and loyalty. Dogs can be a little pessimistic so they get a boost from the Tiger’s brave reassurance, while the Tiger appreciates the Dog’s loyalty. Horses and Dogs = natural partners. Things seem to flow so easily between them because they understand and respect each other’s opinions.
Text: Tara Barker/CLEO