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Family Edge is a blog that looks at current events affecting the family in the light of human dignity and ethics based on the natural law. The aim is to clarify what builds up the family and what doesn’t, through an exchange of informed opinions -- those of the contributors and also the commenters.

Our focus is on the daily news and the various interesting, sound, inspiring, creative, humorous, annoying, ridiculous, dangerous… ideas that it turns up. Many ideas and trends are simply matters of opinion, but we have non-negotiable principles where the sanctity of human life and the integrity of marriage and the family are concerned. We try not be preachy or pompous.

Topics include: marriage, divorce, fertility, abortion, adoption, fatherhood, motherhood, parenting, dating, sexuality, education, employment, work-life balance, women, men, adolescents, media, social networking, religion, pornography…

Send your news tips and brainwaves to the editor, Tamara Rajakariar, at tamara.rajakariar@mercatornet.com

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Tamara Rajakariar lives in Australia and is a Journalism graduate from the University of Technology, Sydney. She worked for Sky News in Sydney for a year before taking some time off to travel. She currently works as a writer in the fashion industry. She is also one of three young women running All.u.re Workshop—all passionate about educating women on the meaning of their allure, with the message to be all-you-are.  http://allureworkshop.org/

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