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Entertainment • Jul 05, 2019

Twitch channel banned after streaming YouTuber's NSFW ASMR content to thousands

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Twitch channel banned after streaming YouTuber's NSFW ASMR content to thousands
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A Twitch streamer caught playing a selection of sexually suggestive ASMR videos livestreams for over six hours has been banned on the platform, and it wasn't even their content to share. 

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Having uploaded what can only be described as a 'not safe for work' (NSFW) videos for ASMR fans on YouTube in the past, content creator Aftyn Rose might be shocked to know that her videos have been played repeatedly on a random Twitch channel. 

With reportedly thousands of people flooding a channel to watch the loop of videos appear one after another on Twitch, it was banned on July 4 - but it did take a considerable amount of time for the ban to be implemented, according to some Redditors. 

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Aftyn Rose's ASMR videos were reportedly being streamed to Twitch for up to six hours, before the channel was banned.

The identity of the person who created the now banned Twitch channel is unclear, although Reddit user FlavoredMonsterMale pointed out that they went by the name of El Padrecito Invoker - as seen on Twitter. Whether or not that's accurate is uncertain at the time of writing. 

Nevertheless, some of the footage shown during the stream had been previously posted to Rose's YouTube channel for fans to see, showing Aftyn licking a microphone for the entire time in lingerie. While keeping her bottom in shot for the majority, she whispers sexually suggestive comments periodically, such as: "Stick my butt up like that."

Just to give you an idea of what she intended to achieve with these ASMR videos, the content creator claims that her goal is to help people with mental health issues by giving them a "tingly" experience - according to her YouTube channel's official description

(Timestamp at 10:20 for mobile readers)

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"I make videos designed to help you relax, feel happy, or trigger what we call tingles throughout your body," it states. "Anxiety, depression, and loneliness are some of the worst feelings to cope with and my hope with ASMR is to make those long lonely nights a bit easier on you." 

Yet, she could never have expected somebody to rip off her content and play them as if they were their own on Twitch. 

While the intentions behind the videos may sound good and justified, there was no way that Twitch was going to allow something of this sort to be continually streamed on their platform - no matter who was streaming it. 

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The exact reason for the banning of the channel hasn't been confirmed, but the content may have breached Twitch's terms of service, which prohibits the streaming of pornographic material. 

If this NSFW stream was deemed to be just that, it would explain why the channel is no longer available, unless you have a time machine. 

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