When the males are courting they fan their tail feathers (trains).
Our boys have 9 ft and longer tail spans.
They shake, shimmy, flutter and strut their stuff.
They proudly display their frontal view then gracefully turn exposing their backside.
This fancy footwork is all a part of their mating dance.
You can hear the drumming like vibrations (think Turkey) when something catches their fancy.
The older birds find interest in not only peahens
I have seen them flirt with rocks (yep rocks), chickens and yesterday was our one lone guinea.
She was not having anything to do with it.