Lesbian couples in UK are twice as likely to divorce as married gay men

Lesbian couples are more than twice as likely to divorce as gay men, Government data on England and Wales suggests. It confirms a similar finding in Scandinavia.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) published annual research on Tuesday that showed there were 822 same-sex splits in 2019.
589, or 72 per cent, took place between women while there were 233 between men.
Alison Fernandes, a partner with Hall Brown Family Law, said same-sex divorces involving women tend to happen “at a slightly younger age than for gay men or heterosexual men and women”.