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Entertainment • Mar 30, 2019

Twitch streamer fails at NSFW headstand, somehow doesn’t get banned

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Twitch streamer fails at NSFW headstand, somehow doesn’t get banned
LivStixs, Instagram / Remi Pyrdol

While streaming service Twitch has seen its fair share of NSFW moments, one streamer’s on-camera antics resulted in a surprising lift on the ban hammer.

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Popular IRL streamer LivStixs was in the midst of a broadcast when a viewer asked her how to do yoga in a spinning chair - which she decided to demonstrate firsthand.

LivStixs decided to go through with the stunt despite the risk of potential injury, claiming that she didn’t care about the consequences.

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“If I fucking die, I’m okay with it, honestly, because I’m at the point where I don’t fucking care anymore,” she joked of the situation. “... in order to be a yoga personality on a spinning chair, you must first not give a fuck if you die.”

The streamer first performed a mock splits across the chair’s armrests before going on to attempt a headstand, resulting in her being in an extremely NSFW position and nearly causing her to injure herself.

[Volume warning: the Twitch clip below gets fairly loud]

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The chair began to rock underneath LivStixs in the middle of the headstand, causing her to panic and almost fall off the chair in the process.

Despite her NSFW yoga lesson, LivStixs has yet to be banned from the platform, garnering speculation from critics across the internet.

This wouldn’t be the first time Twitch has failed to act in response to NSFW broadcasts, either; controversial streamer Alinity Divine took a NSFW booty pic during a live stream on March 1, causing outrage that she hadn’t been punished for the act.

While Alinity later explained that she was merely trying to check for “butt sweat,” it was far from her first NSFW offense on the site; the streamer accidentally showed a 'dick pic' during a previous stream, thanks to a malicious user who posted the image in her Discord as she was browsing.

Other instances of NSFW slip-ups on Twitch include livestreamed pornography, as humorously pointed out by esports consultant Rod Breslau on January 25.

Although the channel ended up getting banned, over 5,000 viewers had tuned in to the broadcast, leading to a heated conversation on Twitch’s terms of service.

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