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Twitch’s New Community Guidelines

Recently, Twitch announced a significant update to their community guidelines, in response to a trend in which streamers were using black sensor bars or other items to give the illusion of nudity. Twitch is now prohibiting implied nudity while streaming, and is specifically targeting streamers who use these tactics to promote adult content or solicit subscriptions to adult websites.

Concerns Raised by Asmongold

In response to the new guidelines, popular Twitch streamer Asmongold expressed his frustration with the update, arguing that it fails to address the underlying issue. He believes that the real problem lies with streamers who are using these tactics to entice viewers to pay for adult content subscriptions. Asmongold argues that the root of the problem is the sale of explicit content, and that simply banning implied nudity won’t solve the issue.

A Call for Action

Asmongold suggests that Twitch should take a more direct approach to addressing the problem. He believes that identifying and banning streamers who are explicitly selling adult content would be a more effective way to tackle the issue. He also expressed frustration with the broader societal attitudes that prevent candid conversation about these topics, addressing the fear of being labeled as sexist or facing backlash for calling out the issue.

Twitch vs. New Meta Shut Down

Despite these concerns, Twitch’s update is a step in the right direction. By explicitly outlining what is considered inappropriate content, they are setting clearer boundaries for streamers and raising the bar for the kind of content that is allowed on the platform.

In light of these changes, it’s important for content creators to not only adhere to the new guidelines but also play an active role in creating a positive and inclusive environment for all viewers.

Twitch vs. New Meta Shut Down