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It is an acronym for double income no kids that is used in both sociology and marketing, as it identifies couples where both have a paid job without the expense or responsibility of supporting children. This makes them the target of criticism from religious groups that defend the family (if the couple is heterosexual) and target marketing campaigns because they have better incomes with less mandatory expenses, which gives them a greater margin for consumption. See dinky .

  




John Rene Plaut

DINK anglicism from the acronym of Double Income No Kids; marriage or stable couple who wants to have fun and not have children.

  



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