Twitch says it will not take action against the hot girls draining your bank accounts and instead has doubled down on the bikini babes wading in tepid waters, stating in a blog post, their intention to create a Pools, Hot Tubs, and Beaches section on the platform.
Twitch is doing the right thing and though it ultimately doesn't matter one way or the other, at least for those of us who don't enjoy watching women in tubs for free, what they do.
twitch really had to say they won't discriminate against hot people lol https://t.co/qj5ZZYeJjs— gene park (@GenePark) May 21, 2021
My hunch is they need the views that these types of streamers bring to the site. Obviously not for their advertising revenue, but for the community. Twitch is trying to avoid the same fate that YouTube suffered during the ad-pocalypse and is working to get advertising dollars as far away from bathtub streamers as possible.
The full blog post goes on and on about sexually suggestive content and whether writing on your body is artistic expression. (who cares?) But the best line is this,
"being found to be sexy by others is not against our rules, and Twitch will not take enforcement action against women, or anyone on our service, for their perceived attractiveness."
LOL. This is coming from the site that banned the word simp? Oh, sweet child, you know not what you speak of. "Sorry, we can't ban people for being hot and having great tits. Maybe if you can't keep your pocket snake under control you should be on Twitch little boy."
Well, next week you guys can find us streaming from a hot tub in the office. You can buy a raffle ticket for a vote on what kind of electronics you want to see me drop in the water.
Me arguing with Twitch after they put my bath tub stream in the "Pools, Hot Tubs & Beaches" directory pic.twitter.com/vlpITz8oyM— PunsAndBuns (@punsandbunsgg) May 21, 2021