The other day i went in to my coop to feed my girls. It was business as usual my barred rocks ran from me and sat in a corner and my two sex links stay under-foot. I have a 10x 6 run 6x6 of it i can reach with out bending down. Their feeder is in the 4 feet under the coop. As i bend down to get under the coop my sex link lays down and wont move. She is laying in the place my knee needs to go. So i try to move her with my one free hand. I nudge her a few times and pet her. Then she makes a loud caw and ruffles her feathers and moves out of my way. Doing a little research on this i think i just got raped. I read that the stance she was making was the one for mating and the caw and ruffling was an orgasm. After watching a video of this i have confirmed that she did. The other sex link does the same thing when ever i go to change their water. Does this go away with time? Do i need a rooster? They are always at my feet and i don't wanna accidentally hurt my girls. I don't know if this will help but the sex links are 6 months old and the barred rocks are 5 months. My barred rocks have yet to exhibit this behavior but i think it is to be expected. And i am still waiting on my first eggs.