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  1. There's nothing inherently wrong with women (including those who identify as women and female presenting people) with having breasts/nipples.

    We all as humans have nipples. Just because someone is a woman, that does not mean she should be required to cover herself while men are allowed to be shirtless without them being shamed for it.

    There are women with very little b r e a s t tissue as well as men with enlarged chests (for example gynecomastia or simply being overweight).

    If a streamer (regardless of gender) obviously sexualizes themselves on stream (such as groping, sexually moaning, imitating or…

    2 votes

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  2. You cant avoid this stuff. You go to twitch's front page and you see women clearly showing as much boob as possible without it being pornographic just to draw in ***** viewers. It's a game to them, how far can they push the line without breaking the rules.. Full screen cam with no game being played. No art being done. Literally just sitting there bouncing around to jiggle you know what. It's shameful that twitch allows this on their site nowadays. Dont be stupid Twitch, we all know what they're doing. They're going to keep doing it until you get…

    6 votes

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  3. To Whom it May Concern at Twitch and whoever else decides to read this,

    While I am not someone who streams on Twitch, though have considered it, and who rarely finds myself watching streams, I still had been rather excited for the recent, now declared null, update to the TOS/Policy on Sexual Content.

    I am not someone who participates all that often in adult content, but I do believe that it should be able to exist in adult spaces for those who do wish to participate. The internet has become a hostile places for those who wish to see or…

    3 votes

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  4. there was a lot of hate raids going on when twitch made artistic nudity allowed but the hate raids went after all of them. then twitch went an didn't define the rule enough like to a point for all to know what is allowed. twitch should send everyone a email and send announcements of such of a change to all their users in the notifications. not everyone is going to go to the page of the updates. so twitch you should really define what was allowed for the next rule changes for any thing you decide to do period. besides…

    2 votes

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  5. Many Partners flippantly break Twitch's Terms of service, many telling others to do so, in the process. If these are meant to be pillars of the community, they should uphold the standards better than anyone. Instead, they coast on their status to avoid anything beyond a 24-hour ban. This shows that they are not being held to the same standard as the rest of the creators on the platform. Partners who knowingly break the Terms and continue to do it when corrected should be stripped of Partner status.

    29 votes

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  6. Simple nudity is not sexual in nature in real life and in artwork. It's clearly not appropriate to classify know classics as sexual - even NSFW or Mature. Example: Michalangelo's "David", etc. Even Facebook stopped censoring such works. Content creators should submit things for review when there is uncertainty and simply.
    So labels Nudity, NSFW, and Classic Art should be added to the list. Sexual should remain a category if mature conduct or erogenous focus is the theme.

    2 votes

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  7. I noticed a lot of hate raids will flag / report a channel rapidly to get it taken down; and it had me thinking about Steam Review Bombing.

    I was wondering if a possible fix might be that if a channel gets an exceptional amount of flags / reports in a short period of time that those reports are thrown out or logged as possible hate raid? Might allow your automated systems to avoid banning streamers in these situations while not removing the ability to still report content.

    3 votes

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  8. Make a Twitch website that's 18+ only, possibly with more lax moderation and rules.
    One that's similar to twitch, but it's 18+ and it's a separate website. It's unlikely that there would be any monetary loss, long term. Quite the opposite actually.
    Twitch is already considered somewhat of a shady **** site, so it would have no bearing on their reputation.
    The only difference would be that the 18+ content would get its own twitch website and would thus be separated from the regular content and make the main Twitch website predominantly for gaming again.

    3 votes

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  9. Recently, due to the introduction of NSFW content on the platform, more channels have been appearing in the ART category.

    I, as many other artists in this platform, understand there's a community within NSFW artists, which is much appreciated. What should be not permitted are channels advertising themselves in the ART category, misleading people to a content not related to art.

    There are more than 20 accounts, during the hours when the audience is lower, streaming nude real girls twerking and other different +18 content as well. I presume, in the higher audience hours, these accounts may increase in number.…

    5 votes

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  10. Why is twerking allowed without a label, despite being potentially seen as sexual, while nudity, a natural act, results in legal consequences?

    3 votes

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  11. The just updated community guidelines have highlighted a massive issue in how you handle community reports. There have been many streamers who have streamed in accordance with the new guidelines around sexual content relating to art, and almost all of them have been suspended. Some have been suspended, had their suspensions lifted, and then had the bot slap it back on, all for literally working on the same piece of art. This is no less disruptive than the hate raids we had to deal with a year ago, only it's worse because these are messing with people's ability to earn…

    2 votes

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  12. Ever since the new guideline changes have been announced, a flood of streamers drawing and watching hentai on twitch has emerged. some of them not even using labels. this can be VERY harmful to minors to log onto a site with a new account only to see *. while i do agree that artists deserve more freedom to do things like anatomy and actual artistic nudity, its not a great idea to have * full of minors. much like myself. Ive also seen people playing hentai games and using sex mods (like the jenny mod for Minecraft) while on…

    7 votes

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  13. ...Streams that are labeled as including -Drugs, -Intoxication, or -Excessive Tobacco Use; -Violent and Graphic Depictions; -Gambling; and/or -Sexual Themes will no longer be included in homepage recommendations shelves due to the visual nature of those topics..."

    "...Viewers can still search for, or go directly to channels they follow that are streaming labeled content via the left bar of the home page..."

    "...Streams with these labels will still be included in Category page recommendations so viewers can navigate to the appropriate category for this content..."

    This technically still hides content creators away and will not let the people who do…

    2 votes

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  14. The following two sections of the Community Guidelines should be on the same page so streamers know when they must use the "Pools, Hot Tubs & Beaches" category:

    1st Section

    https://safety.twitch.tv/s/article/Community-Guidelines?language=en_US#22Attire

    "Standard guidelines

    We don’t permit streamers to be fully or partially nude, including exposing genitals or buttocks. We do not permit the visible outline of genitals, even when covered. Broadcasting nude or partially nude minors is always prohibited, regardless of context.

    For those who present as women, we ask that you cover your nipples. We do not permit exposed underbust. Cleavage is unrestricted as long as these coverage requirements…

    2 votes

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  15. you need to specify more that is inclined for artists to be able to have some body exposure. as long as attire requirements are met for Body Artists and assumingly the same applies for Erotic Dancers. so that means no underbust, nipples, and groin area except, buttocks and the top breasts are allowed to be exposed.

    "Fictionalized (drawn, animated, or sculpted) fully exposed female-presenting breasts and/or genitals or buttocks regardless of gender. There is a thriving artist community on Twitch, and this policy was overly punitive and did not reflect the impact of the content." I assume that only these…

    2 votes

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  16. While I believe that creators should have some freedom to do what they want, I also believe viewers should have the freedom to exclude certain content from their searches on Twitch. As is right now, I cannot find a way to filter out streams marked with "Sexual Themes" through the search bar on Twitch. Simply searching the word "art" brings up any stream with the "art" tag, which could be a stream with the "Sexual Themes" CCL.

    In fact I just did this, the top 5 results included two streams of IRL streamers in barely any clothes, dancing in a…

    9 votes

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  17. Twitch,

    Firstly, let me clarify to you that I enjoy artistic nudity and am not a puritanical person. I also want to clarify that some people who didn't deserve to get banned got banned today who didn't draw any genitalia and who abided by the new TOS, and that you need to fix your accounting.

    However, this is regarding the "opening of Pandora's Box" that you have willed over the course of a singular day.

    Whether I like their art or not, the "sexual content" warning isn't sufficient, there absolutely needs to be (1) a censored thumbnail for 18+ streams…

    6 votes

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  18. I have seen less and less ads around alcohol on twitch which is great its good to see a company pull away from those advertisements as Alcohol is a form of drug it contains ethanol and should be classed under the community policy regarding drug use, tobacco is in the same exact boat as alcohol its classed as a drug since one of the main chemicals in tobacco is Nicotine so its a given that Alcohol, Tobacco, and Marijuana should be classed all as drugs instead of it just being marijuana as the two aforementioned drugs are highly toxic and…

    2 votes

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  19. delete ****/pedophile/zoophile content from your platform.

    I don't understand what you want to give the platform, but it seems to be becoming a ****/pedophile haven.

    I hope you will take care of your platform and give it a glorious past.

    5 votes

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  20. While your recent changes to the Sexual Content Policy are a step in the right direction, I think you should go much further. Streamers should be able to show whatever they want. There is nothing unsafe about provocative imagery. If a viewer doesn't want to see what any given streamer is showing, it is their prerogative to not watch it.

    2 votes

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