A recent study has shown that men are more likely than women to be more upset by sexual infidelity.
You can rely on the fact of adultery in the form, which starts a divorce, but unless your spouse is willing to admit the adultery, it can be easier to progress your divorce using a different fact.
In the largest study to date on infidelity, Chapman University has learned men and women are different when it comes to feeling jealous. In a poll of nearly 64,000 Americans this study provides the first large-scale examination of gender and sexual orientation differences in response to potential sexual versus emotional infidelity in U.S. adults. According to the findings, heterosexual men were more likely than heterosexual women to be most upset by sexual infidelity (54 percent of men vs. 35 percent of women) and less likely than heterosexual women to be most upset by emotional infidelity (46 percent of men vs. 65 percent of women).