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  1. 1,156 votes

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    Planned  ·  Anonymous responded

    We’re reviewing this. Curious how long you think would be ok.

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    WeylandsHere commented  · 

    Is there ANY movement on this at all? Like, come on, the original idea was posted almost 9 years ago.

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    WeylandsHere commented  · 

    I've recently come across an ad on Twitch about suicide prevention - which is a very noble thing to use ad space for. The issue is this ad in particular trivializes suicide by comparing it to a video game - something that's very tastelessly done and has made me and many others uncomfortable.

    I've been told outright by a regular viewer that they left my stream after getting this ad. When I get it, I've started muting the tab and clicking away, disengaging with the platform. As someone who has struggled and still struggles with mental health, this ad in particular is very upsetting.

    Twitch needs to add a system for reporting advertisements - or at the least a system to hide specific advertisements like this. It's made the platform feel weirdly hostile over what is actually a good message.

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