QUESTION 1 We do not need sex to survive in the same way tha
QUESTION 1 We do not need sex to survive in the same way that we need food and water; however, sex is needed for the survival of the species. Describe the five sexual scripts and their relation to stereotypical patterns of role prescriptions for how young adults should behave sexually. Your response should be at least 300 words in length.QUESTION 2Characterize adult lifestyles by outlining recent trends found among single adults, cohabitating adults, and married adults. How do the key aspects of attraction, love, and close relationships play into these lifestyles?Your response should be at least 300 words in length.QUESTION 3Will is 20, enrolled in college, and works part time. He grew up in a Catholic home and still lives with his parents. Recently, he has stopped attending Mass, causing a great deal of conflict within his family. Will is questioning whether God was Catholic or if God even exists because he does not know if his faith is based on truth or fictional stories. This has made Will’s dad furious, even to the point of threatening to take away Will’s car. Will is adamant about not attending Mass until he understands more, insisting he needs more time. Describe Jean Piaget’s view and Will’s specific postformal thought.Your response should be at least 300 words in length.QUESTION 4Discuss the role of gender, specifically for men, and the impact of work. Outline the impact of work on the decrease in long-term career options, policies and practices, and special challenges of dual-earner couples as they relate to men/male workers.Your response should be at least 300 words in length.textbook:Santrock, J. W. (2017). Life-span development (16th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Education.No need for title page or heading.