Women in Contemporary SocietyFinal ExamProvide a response according to the directions for each. For each response, integrate at least one professional resource to support your response. You may use your textbook and/or other professional literature sources (i.e., textbooks, local/state/national/international professional organization websites, .gov sites, .edu sites). Cite sources in the body of your response and provide a full reference citation at the end of the exam. Refer to syllabus schedule for due date and time. 10 points each/100 points possible.1. WOMEN AND SEXUALITYIn your professional career position, envision that you work with female adolescents ages 15-17. You have been invited to give a talk on decision-making and sexual activity (e.g., entering a sexual relationship, engaging in sexual activity without being in a relationship, having sexual intercourse for the first time, etc.). Using the steps in the decision-making model below, construct a detailed/paragraph-format outline on the topics and sub-topics that you will discuss with your audience. Minimum page length is 1 and maximum page length is 3.Decision-Making ModelI. Identify and briefly explain the decision-making situation (choose an example from above or create your own example related to adolescent women and sexuality)II. List alternative choices related to the situationIII. Explain and compare the alternative choices and the possible consequences (e.g., pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, social stigma, relationship changes, others)of each alternative choiceIV. Explain the value of serious critical thinking and reflection when it comes to making decisions about sexuality as a teen2. WOMEN AND HEALTHChoose ONE of the following questions to answer related to women and health.A. Compare and contrast explanations of the following types of gynecological cancers: cervical, ovarian, uterine, vaginal, and vulvar.B. Compare and contrast explanations of the mental and physical symptom of anxiety and depression.C. Compare and contrast explanations of the three stages of menopause: perimenopause, menopause, and post-menopause.1-2 pages in length3. WOMEN AND VIOLENCEExplain key points of the possible psychological, physical, and emotional effects experienced by women after sexual assault.1-2 pages in length4. WOMEN AND FAMILIEIdentify and explain three possible challenges experienced by women who are balancing careers and families (this could be related to caring for/raising children, caring for aging parents, or other family situations).1-2 pages in length5. WOMEN AND WORKWhat is FMLA? Who is covered by FMLA? Who is eligible for FMLA? What is the length of time for FMLA? What does FMLA entitle people to?1-2 pages in length6. WOMEN IN POLITICSLook up and provide the following. Number and percentage of female:a. U.S. Supreme Court Justicesb. U.S. Senatorsc. U.S. House of Representativesd. State Governorse. State Senatorsf. State House of Representativesg. Mayors of U.S. Cities7. WOMEN AND SUBSTANCE ABUSEIdentify and explain five ways that substance abuse (alcohol and/or other drugs) impactswomen, specifically.