Twitch to allow ‘artistic nudity’ after topless streams -.

Twitch is a constant battle for viewers if you’re a streamer, and sometimes it can lead to people showing off parts of their bodies to keep viewers around. On Dec. 8, an OnlyFans creator known as Morgpie went viral for a stream that created a new meta.

In short, she streamed with the camera just below her shoulders. It appeared she was topless for the stream, but did not show off nudity other than her head and shoulders. She was subsequently banned by Twitch, but not before other adult content creators jumped on the trend, leading to a debate over what content should be allowed on Twitch, a site used by many minors.
In a lengthy post, Twitch has since redefined its guidelines for nudity, drawing new boundaries and allowing previously limited content, including “fictionalized… completely bare female-presenting breasts and/or genitals or buttocks, regardless of gender, body writing on female-presenting breasts and/or buttocks, regardless of gender, and erotic dances involving gestures of undressing or undressing, such as stripteases.”

This marks a major shift away from Twitch, as it believes its guidelines in the past unfairly disadvantaged female content creators. In the future, anything tagged with “Drugs, drunkenness or excessive tobacco use; violent and explicit images; Gambling; and/or sexual themes.” are banned from the home page, but certain content is allowed from streamers and will be found by those looking for it.

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Twitch to allow 'artistic nudity' after topless streams

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