X

Adiós, “tía solterona”, lo de hoy son las “tías Pank”, éstas son sus características

Translated by Google Chrome

Adiós

Goodbye, "spinster aunt", today it's "PANK Aunts" and these are their characteristics

Today there are many women who make their nieces and nephews their absolute priority.

Currently, more and more women decide not to have children , finish a degree (or several), grow professionally, focus on their work, on their hobbies, simply on themselves, on their family and if they have nephews, they are the who give them all their love and attention; erroneously, society adapts the role of "spinster aunt" to them , as if it were a joke or a misfortune that they have not "formed" a family or that, at their age, they do not have children and a marriage.

This term was born in 2008 by Melanie Notkin, an expert in market research, who also ensures that the movement is very common and recurrent that, moreover, has happened inadvertently. According to Notkin, while parents are confronted with their own limits , PANKs are willing and happy to offer support to children in a meaningful way. They become mentors even with emotional and financial resources, with quality time and the purpose of positive influence.

Read more at AireDeSantafe.

Contact

Connect with Melanie Notkin

Keep in touch

Contact Melanie Notkin or her representatives below:

For general press inquiries:
press@melanienotkin.com

Bulk or special co-branded copies of the book:
Info@MelanieNotkin.com

Speaking:
Info@MelanieNotkin.com

Literary Agent: Jennifer Joel, ICM Partners JJoel@icmpartners.com

Book to TV & Film Agent: Josie Freedman, ICM Partners JFreedman@icmpartners.com

Savvy Auntie Coolest Toy Award Seal usage rights: For all licensing and permission requests or for more information of the "Savvy Auntie Coolest Toy Awards" Seal:
SPelon@wrightsmedia.com

For licensing and permission requests or for more information for the Savvy Auntie®, PANK®, Otherhood®, Auntie's Day® brands and brand assets:
info@rsavvyauntie.com