After being mocked for her ‘suggestive’ poses, Twitch star ‘Bridgett’ decided it was time to take tips from the pro of streamer posture - bodybuilder ‘Knut’
While most Twitch streamers are Community Guideline-abiding users, there’s been a bunch of controversy recently surrounding “sexually suggestive content” on the platform. Content creators have been banned for NSFW-related offensive in droves, either intentional or accidental.
While some people have been knocking on the doors of Twitch, others have taken the time out to poke some fun at the rest of the community. So, when Knut decided to mock streamers like Bridgett and how they sit, she decided to listen to his advice - and steal his sitting position.
While live on her September 22 broadcast, Bridgett was going through some random Twitch clips when she decided to give Knut a gander. The Norwegian bodybuilder made fun of the way some streamers sit on camera, which has led to some borderline NSFW moments.
Instead of getting riled up about it though, she instead tried to hold a conversation with the Knut of five days past, asking him for tips about the way she should sit on stream.
“Teach me,” she said, as she re-enacted each of his poses perfectly. “I can sit like this for hours and hours - it’s just so comfortable.”
She even looked to answer some of Knut’s rhetorical questions about sex. “It’s so hard, I haven’t had sex in so long guys. Can you guys tell me about your sex life?”
Twitch has been on a bit of a suspension spree, cracking down on content creators who don’t abide by the platform’s Community Guidelines. This requires streamers to dress and act appropriately on stream, although it’s not a strict ruling.
This has led to multiple streamers coming under fire for all sorts of activities on Twitch. Artists, cosplayers and entertainers alike have been handed down bans, with the community criticizing Twitch’s interpretation of the guidelines.
Bridgett herself was caught up in the ban controversy. Her channel was taken down for three days for “sharing or engaging in sexually suggestive content or activities” on September 12.
However, this interpretation of the controversy has put smiles back on a lot of streamer’s faces as they look to get back to doing what they are best at - entertaining.
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