Most people are familiar with how table saws can kickback when pushing wood through it. I'm talking about a wet table saw with the blade that is housed below the table and protrudes up (as opposed to a chop saw type orientation that other wet table saws are in).
Despite a table wet saw being nearly identical in design, I've never seen any actual kickback evidence with them when cutting a tile. Also likely related, I've been countless people cut tile on a table saw and never seen anyone use a push stick ever. Perhaps the risks of wet saws is far less than a 'standard' table saw.
I'm wondering if kickback is just extremely unlikely to happen, or perhaps due to the diamond blade without teeth, it just basically never happens in reality.