Women behaving badly: cuckolded and downtrodden husbands filling divorce courts

A new analysis of official divorce figures, dating back 40 years, shows a   dramatic rise in the number of separations in which “unreasonable behaviour”    by women has been recognised by the courts as the main cause.

The number of dissolutions granted to husbands in courts in England and Wales   because of women behaving badly has increased sixfold in little more than a   generation between 1971 and 2011.