“Wreck of a website” – Twitch introduces new nudity guidelines to allow ‘Artistic N*dity’ following viral topless stream sparks social media outrage

The community has totally been divided by the new guidelines changes on Twitch!


“Wreck of a website” – Twitch introduces new nudity guidelines to allow ‘Artistic N*dity’ following viral topless stream sparks social media outrage

(credits: Twitch)

The streaming community is developing at a really fast rate! Streamers like xQc, Pokimane, and others are really getting loads and loads of fame lately. Moreover, streaming platforms are also getting a lot of notoriety, too. Additionally, there’s been a huge influx of s*xual content on every streaming site, especially Twitch. And to draw a distinction between what’s fine and what’s not, Twitch has released new Artistic Nudity guidelines!

Recently, many new streaming services have opened up. From Rumble to Kick, many popular streamers have long since switched from Twitch. Furthermore, streamers like Adin Ross are now thriving on Kick after Twitch banned him over many guideline violations. And he’s not the only one on the list. Moreover, due to this, Kick is now in fierce competition against Twitch! Both services have different guidelines and pay structures.

However, it seems like Twitch is trying something new with its already-established guidelines. Although there have been many changes to Twitch after Kick gained fame, their recent guideline update is really out-of-pocket! Twitch has introduced a new nudity guideline that allows Artistic Nudity after the viral Topless meta controversy!

Fans bash the new Twitch “Artistic Nudity” guideline after the whole Topless meta controversy

Recently, there’s been a huge increase in streamers on Twitch. Furthermore, many of the new female streamers are opting for a more “s*xual content” approach rather than producing normal gaming or just chatting content. From Hot Tub streams to the new Topless streaming, there are loads of weird s*xual streamers on Twitch. Furthermore, the streaming platform has taken this one step forward.

"Wreck of a website" - Twitch introduces new nudity guidelines to allow 'Artistic N*dity' following viral topless stream sparks social media outrage
(credits: Twitch Homepage)

Twitch has recently introduced an Artistic Nudity guideline on the platform. This big change took place on 13th December, amongst other different guidelines. Twitch addressed all these changes in a lengthy article they released on the same day. In the article, they mentioned that Artistic Nudity is now allowed on the platform, considering they have a “s*xual theme” tag.

Furthermore, Twitch has now also allowed “fictionalized (drawn, animated, or sculpted) fully exposed female-presenting breasts and/or genitals or buttocks regardless of gender.” However, the fan base is not happy with this update. Even Adin Ross, a Kick streamer, took a jibe at both Twitch and its CEO for their new change. Moreover, some of the fan reactions are really hilarious:

This new guideline change has been opposed by many; however, many streamers are also supporting it. Many artist who specialize in NSFW art are now streaming in joy, knowing that the platform won’t ban them from showing their art anymore. Recently, even xQc twerked on livestream to test the new s*xual content policies! Furthermore, the reaction to this new change has totally divided the community!

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