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Entertainment • Sep 18, 2019

Knut mocks female Twitch streamers after NSFW ban controversies

Knut mocks female Twitch streamers after NSFW ban controversies
Twitch: Knut / Twitch: Bridgett

Twitch personality and bodybuilder Knut has poked fun at other 'Just Chatting' streamers by mocking their 'suggestive' poses and stream content.

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“Sexually suggestive content” has been the talk of the town when it comes to Twitch recently. Many streamers in the art and Just Chatting categories have been banned for showing too much skin recently, as the platform looks to be cracking down on nudity.

Danish streamer Knut has taken the chance to poke some fun at the trend by posing in a sexy way while chatting with his own viewers.

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On a September 17 stream, the bodybuilder was relaxing at home when he decided to joke about the weird positions streamers have found themselves in recently.

“This position is so good just sitting here,” he said. I am so relaxed. I can sit like this just for hours. Oh sorry, I’m showing my legs, but it’s just this position that I’m sitting in. It’s so comfortable.”

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He also mocked some of the questions these streamers ask their viewers to make conversation, which are sometimes sexual in nature.

“Ask me whatever you want,” he said “I haven’t had sex in three years, so yeah. I don’t even remember how it was.”

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Twitch: Knut
Knut looked very comfortable lounging back in his chair on stream.

Whether it’s accidental or on purpose, many streamers have pushed the boundaries of Twitch’s Community Guidelines surrounding clothing and attire recently.

Popular streamers like ‘Amouranth’ have been banned after NSFW slip-ups on stream, while others like ‘Bridgett’, cosplayers and artists have also been suspended for showing off supposed “sexually suggestive content.”

Twitch: Amouranth
Amouranth was banned for three days after a NSFW wardrobe malfunction.

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While Knut’s compression pants and singlet is well within the Community Guidelines, many people in his Twitch chat took the time to appreciate his assets and laugh along with him as he sat “comfortably.”

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