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Lockie Leonard and Lex and Rory English Lockie Leonard and the film Lex and Rory promote the same issues as each other especially concerning malefemale relationships The issues are showed differently The woman is the one who is pressured into having a sexual relationship In this case it is the male who is pressured into having a sexual relationship As this happens different views feelings and emotions are shown by the way they deal with the choices they make Both Lex and Rory are presented as particular characters Lockie is shown as a free teenager he is not tied down and is able to do what he wants He is just learning about sex and you need to know Its time we thought about sex said his mum This already shows that Lockie is not ready for a sexually involved relationship He is the typical stereotyped school boy who is in constant trouble with school teachers Outside get out of my room before I tear your head off and use for a blackboard duster Yelled his teacher Lex on the other hand is a boy lacking self confidence and has a negative outlook on life He is classed as a nerd because he studies and takes notice of his future planning Girls are his problem He is scared of communication and contact This is one of his main fears especially talking In particular talking to one girl called Dai Due to this not many people pay attention to him except his one and only true friend Rory Lex is the type of person who is afraid to make the first move but having a friend like Rory it starts to become easier Lockie doesnt change himself to make other people feel happy He likes who he is and believes in himself Lockie doesnt change for people He feels that people have to like him for who he is and not for
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