Make Twitch About Gaming Again
Please twitch make this platform about gaming again. I am tired of seeing Hot tub, "body painting", and exploitive streams on the front page. I do not even need an account to see this content because it is advertised on the front page. Just think, these streams are not safe for kids who access the website. Please work towards hiding this content behind a category page or remove it from the site all together. Possibly even create a secondary platform for these "content" creators.
With Just chatting being the #1 category on Twitch for something like 2-3 years, the growth of platforms like TikTok doing IRL content regularly, etc this is not something that is going away and is good for the overall health and longevity of the platform both gaming and non-gaming.
If you don't want to see streams of that type, go to the homepage and click the 3 dots by a category/stream and choose not to see it. Eventually the site will be better curated to what you would like to see.
As for kids, the site is not designed for children anyway, and any children should be accompanied by an adult. So, if they are seeing this content, why are parents allowing it?
On the flip side, I agree with some of these categories not appearing as a focal point on front page.
Yes to this! I'm too request for removal of hot tubes cam ***** channels from displaying when not even logged in to twitch. It's so annoying to see such stuff promoted in front page. I took a screenshot and you can check how it's being promoted in the link below.
There are many adult only sites that housing such contents, so why on earth twitch is allowing such contents here in the first place? If people want to watch adult only stuff then they are free to watch those in adult only sites but please keep twitch out of this.
It's disgusting to imply young girls who use twitch that running such adult only shows is equal to being popular on twitch. Why don't you promote women who programming, making art or simply just gaming to encourage young girls to such path instead?
sadly, i dont think twitch ever reads or answer their customer service website. i would also say that body painting is art and shouldnt be considered as bad as those women selling their body (prostitution) and doing publicity for it on a website when said website also has children and young teenagers for customers.
I hate Twitch with this issue, they are putting it out there that they only care about money and not safety even though they claim they do. It's inappropriate and sends a bad message to society especially with all the kids watching. I don't plan on giving this site money ever if this is what they support. If they change how they do things then yes I support them.
Hallelujah! This is THE ONLY platform for video gaming left. Dont take it from us and give it to the whores!