Twitch streamer Patrick ‘Patchryan’ Ryan was baffled as he saw another broadcaster painting her body, which led him to wonder if he could expose himself in a similar way.
The Twitch guidelines are notoriously ambiguous in regards to what exactly can or can’t be shown during a stream. While nudity or purposefully suggestive images have been punished before, some streams seem to toe the line for some people.
Patch was looking through Twitch’s Just Chatting category for a certain kitten stream when he was “distracted” by streamer ‘ThatsStrangeMUA’ in the early stages of a long body painting process.
The streamer was visibly perplexed at what he was seeing before hilariously asking if he could do something similar.
“Can I paint my gooch on Twitch,” Patchryan asked. “Like if I were to paint my ballsack. Paint it white, with white gesso, and then I try to paint my ballsack the color of a Pokemon ball. So that I can have a pokemon ball sack, so I can have a Pokeballsack… is that legit?”
Patch immediately warned his audience not to go to ThatsStrangeMUA’s channel to harass her, because at the end of the day it's just another streamer providing Twitch-sanctioned content their audience likes.
Patch was adamant that ThatsStrangeMUA wasn't doing anything wrong, but it seems he was still trying to make a larger point about Twitch’s vague rules concerning suggestive images on a stream.
“‘Was that legal to view,’” Patch reiterated a viewers question before answering. “I don’t know, you tell me, [were the images] on Twitch?... Oh yeah! It’s on Twitch.”
After posing his conundrum, he continued with his main point on how easily it is to get distracted by “females with next to no clothing on” while searching for a kitten stream.
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