Twitch updates guidelines to dodge yet another sexual content meta

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Oh look, another month, another update from Twitch about how you really have to stop finding clever ways to get people to stare at your body while streaming. We've had many of these content guideline updates from Twitch now, and yet it seems streamers will always find a loophole.

Following the black bar controversy and the allowance of "artistic nudity" in recent months, the latest meta would have streamers wearing tight clothing around their butts or boobs, and then having gameplay over what Twitch describes as "intimate body parts."

Now, Twitch has since updated its guidelines to try and combat this. "Starting on Friday March 29th, content that focuses on intimate body parts for a prolonged period of time will not be allowed," Twitch writes. However, as people have pointed out, this will likely lead to yet another situation of these types of streamers going back to the drawing board to think of another way around it.

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Honestly, if it's making money and not harming anyone, the latest meta seemed quite clever, but at the same time, there are other places to show off intimate body parts, and yet for some reason Twitch seems to be the place a lot of these creators go to.

What do you think about Twitch's nudity guidelines?

Twitch updates guidelines to dodge yet another sexual content meta
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