Essay heading: 40-year-old virgin

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He never had the chance to develop skills in adolescence to sustain long term relationships, or become knowledgeable about certain sexual subjects kids learn from one another in social situations. The crisis between identity and role confusion was probably one of the major one's that molded Andy into the person he'd become, simply because he didn't really have career, he just started in an electronics store and never seem to be concerned with doing anything more, until the end of the movie, and also he showed a preference for more childish things, such as his massive collection of figurines, comic books, and video games...
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He never left the childhood things behind to develop into more of an adult. To Andy his sexuality wasn't a problem. He was happy with his life and kind of just assumed that after the few disastrous sexual encounters he had had that maybe it just wasn't going to happen for him so he quit trying. As he begins hanging out more and more with his co-workers, all of whom are prototypical male "chauvinistic pigs," he's constantly peer pressured to do the deed...
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