“Lewd” Twitch streamer Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa clapped back at critics who told her to wear more appropriate clothing when streaming. Amouranth is one of the most popular female IRL streamers but while she is popular, it isn’t because she produces quality content.
With 100K loyal fans, she is a controversial Twitch streamer due to constantly pushing the boundaries by pretty much wearing the bare minimum of what’s allowed on Twitch. She rarely plays video games but when she does it’s games like Just Dance which requires her to be active. Amouranth is often seen streaming her workouts at the gym.
During a stream recently she pointed out the hypocrisy of viewers who asked her to put on more clothes because kids might be watching.
Don’t you love the logic when people are like – put some clothes on, kids are watching. I’m like, first of all, have you seen Barbie outfits? Way less than what I got on. Second of all, you don’t go to an R-rated television program and tell them to put clothes on or a PG-13 one ever.
You don’t go into a movie theater and shout at the screen put clothes on because there are age restrictions – just like there are on this channel. So, if kids are watching, whose fault is that? I would say the parents.
She went on to say that clothes are not the problem and it is the adults who have an issue with cloths because kids don’t care. She has been banned a few times from Twitch for her behavior and her critics brand her a “Twitch thot.” But her channel remains on the platform to this day as Twitch fails to enforce change.
She frequently uses Twitch’s streaming platform to promote her Patreon where she offers “Lewd,”Sexy,” and “NSFW” videos to her backers. She sells her nudes for $100 a month to Diamond tier backers.
Sadly, Twitch isn’t OK with Dr.Disrespect streaming from a public bathroom but Amouranth’s actions are acceptable and meet Twitch guidelines? Some may call it hypocrisy and favoritism when it comes to enforcing the rules.
She is in violation of Twitch’s “Sexual Content” policy where suggestive sexual content is prohibited.
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.
Dr-Disrespect was banned earlier for streaming from a public bathroom at E3 2019. His stream sparked backlash for being “inappropriate” and “stupid.” His temporary ban is expected to be lifted soon and it will be interesting to hear his side of the story.