LOS ANGELES — Responding to a rollout of increased restrictions against sexual content on Twitch, AmateurCommunity.com is reaching out to fans of the game-streaming platform with an alternative outlet for their sexy streams.
According to the company, AmateurCommunity.com is hoping to de-escalate the problematic situation between streamers, fans, and users of Twitch, which arose over vague guidelines and occasionally “toxic” circumstances.
For its part, Twitch began with a single core idea: stream video games online — not to be a porn site — but as with all social media, adult entertainers have found a foothold in an arena largely populated by impressionable males, so the site’s new guidelines on sexual content go as far as imposing a dress code on users:
“Twitch is an open global community with users of many ages and cultures. Because of this, it’s important that your content is not sexual in nature. We’re updating our moderation framework to review your conduct in its entirety when evaluating if the intent is to be sexually suggestive. We’ll be looking at contextual elements such as the stream title, camera angles, emotes, panels, attire, overlays, and chat moderation. Offering access to prohibited sexual content such as ‘lewds’ on Twitch remains prohibited.
Attire in gaming streams, most at-home streams, and all profile/channel imagery should be appropriate for a public street, mall, or restaurant. As a reminder, we will not tolerate using this policy as a basis to harass streamers on or off Twitch, regardless of whether you think they’re breaking this rule.”
In response, AmateurCommunity.com wants sexy streamers to feel welcome.
“While amateur erotica models like Anny Aurora are wearing reserved casual wear and professional porn actors like Manuel Ferrara explicitly ensure that all rules are kept intact on his channel, ‘normal’ streamers like Kaceytron have been targeted for suggestive content,” the spokesperson says, noting AmateurCommunity.com is considered the “sexiest network for adults” and does not shy away from nudity.
“Female streamers, with an existing fondness for expressing their sensual side, would be welcomed to register cost-free on AmateurCommunity.com,” the spokesperson adds, noting that following their regular live video game streams, streamers could continue more intimate sessions with fans via the adult site’s services while completely complying with Twitch’s new guidelines. “There wouldn’t be any toxic circumstances in live chats for example, because nudity is ultimately accepted and even embraced on AmateurCommunity.com.”
The site allows models to sell their content and provides clear guidelines, so the fear of being banned in a random fashion will be a thing of the past.
“Many community sites such as YouTube or apps like Snapchat still don’t have answers on how to regulate their content creators in a meaningful way or the topic of erotica altogether,” the spokesperson concludes. “No one should ever be harassed just for streaming in a bikini.”
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