DAILY MAIL - June 4 - Experts believe that divorce, which costs ~£13K, is behind the shift towards wide-spread infidelity. Illicit Encounters.com claims that since the economy worsened they have welcomed 27K new members - a 200% increase on the previous year. 'Having an affair is treated almost as a practical, rather than a romantic, decision.' The pursuit of sexual excitement, boredom with marriage and the need of an ego boost were other reasons men gave for cheating, according to he UK Adultery Survey 2012 by undercoverlovers.com. Meanwhile women were more likely to be seeking emotional fulfilment. IllicitEncounters.com boasts ~670K members, which is 3% of the UK's married population.
by Sadie Whitelocks
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