On other cases, it is believed that kicking from the female counterpart may indicate a request for remating. Female’s desire to mate over amplified duration and size. Variously, kicking may originate due to sexual conflict due to particular contested features. Contested features are encountered when the female is differentiating between benefits from the mates. That is direct and indirect benefits from all the mates available. Kicking is such case may be described as a drive of adaptation.
Furthermore, kicking may be, as a result, counter adaptation between the male and the females they both vie for their particular sex optima. In most cases, female tries to adapt to the sex optima kicking signs may be seen. Though, indirect manifestation may complicate sexual conflicts between the female and the mates. Occasionally, the female reproductive tract is damaged during mating duration by the male spines in the genitals. Furthermore, longer mating duration promotes transfer of the larger amount of ejaculation. These deliberate direct benefits to the female; this calls for a mating that result to kicking.
Likewise, kicking can be seen when a female is mating with large males. The influencing factor is the quantities of ejaculation deposited. Though other researchers suggests that the spiny genitalia of the male may influence the kicking habits. Lastly, kicking has been seen as an indication that the female requires a mating partner. That is; females are in need of gaining fitness benefits by mating.