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Entertainment • Sep 15, 2019

Hentai artist slams Twitch for ‘double standards’ after nudity warning

Hentai artist slams Twitch for ‘double standards’ after nudity warning
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During her September 15 broadcast, hentai artist and streamer ‘Saruei’ revealed to her audience that she had been officially warned by Twitch over the content of her drawings, and she wasn't having it.

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Twitch hosts a variety of streaming channels from gaming and IRL streams, to artists who like to draw their creations in front of an audience.

However, one artist named Saruei who draws Japanese hentai on the platform called out Twitch for what she says is double standards after she received a warning for drawing nudity.

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Saruei slams Twitch for double standards 

The hentai artist took to her broadcast to call out the 'hypocrisy' of real life streamers showing off skin, and posing suggestively on camera without getting bans. “There’s fuckin' girls squatting in front of the webcam, showing off their ass!” she ranted, before continuing.

“These are suggestive poses, right?!” the streamer said, as she pointed towards her own art. “We agree with that, right? Why I can’t draw waifus like this when there is fucking Twitch girls that can do it?!"

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The artist's rant came after the platform apparently issued her with a warning for her streaming content. “Recently I got a message from Twitch for this drawing here, and that drawing there,” she said, pointing to two of her lewd creations. “They said I should stop drawing nude stuff!”

She continued and said that the streaming platform called the pictures nudes, despite both females having clothes on. 

While the provocatively posed characters are either wearing underwear or scantily outfits, the artist was confused and said that they didn’t specify what specifically she can’t draw.

“They didn’t specify, that’s why they warned me as it’s my first time getting a warning from them. I hope it won’t happen again because I asked them what is the problem with these drawings? Is it the clothing or the pose? What is against Twitch guidelines? I need to know!” Saruei exclaimed in frustration.

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The hentai artist then argued that she felt it was sad that a form of art isn’t allowed on the platform. “I think that’s really sad for us. That we can’t be able to draw at least nudes!”

“We should be able to draw nude, but you know without the tits, asshole and pussy, you know? Just like a Barbie doll. We should be able to draw that on stream, so if that someone wants to learn how to draw anatomy, they can!”

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As of the time of this article, it is unknown what specifically she was warned for, although Twitch’s Community Guidelines feature a detailed rule on clothing which prohibits showing too much skin and clothing items like underwear.

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