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Amouranth has replied to some of these criticisms, calling them ironic.
Some critics of this jump from sexy meta to sexy meta view it as a platform that creates people who creep and harass other female viewers.
And there are constant position changes that are never normal.
It sounds like these Twitch viewers behave that way in hot tub streams or other sexy streams, and feel like they can go to other female streamers and treat them the same way.
Then people get banned, like Amouranth, who may feel she did nothing wrong.
Perhaps it made them louder and bolder though.
Zoomers and millennials are more alike with boomers than we thought! Why would I be playing games this way while you are looking at me from over there? Why do people try and gloss over systemic issues by blaming causes that have no basis in reality? Have Twitch viewers become emboldened by these styles of suggestive streams? While this is certainly true, some think that these kinds of streams allow viewers to openly be creepy.