OnlyFans models Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa and Jenelle “indiefoxx” Dagres are back on Twitch.
The two controversial streamers both received suspensions after spending an entire day doing sexually explicit ASMR streams. Amouranth had laid down on her stomach with her yoga pants-clad bottom facing the camera, while licking and sucking on her mic. indiefoxx had farted into her mic at the request of a paying viewer.
At first, it seemed like Amouranth and indiefoxx would be allowed to fill their stream with sexually explicit content, a precedent many felt Twitch set by allowing hot tub streams. Instead, Twitch ended up suspending both streamers for an indefinite length of time. Both streamers were unbothered by the development, and fans now know why.
Now, Amouranth and indiefoxx are back after just three days.
✅ Twitch Partner “Amouranth” (@Amouranth) has been unbanned after 3 days, 9 minutes and 37 seconds! ✅https://t.co/xcMWODRNod#twitch #unban #partner #twitchpartner ✴
— StreamerBans (@StreamerBans) June 22, 2021
Twitch community reacts to short Twitch bans for Amouranth, indiefoxx
The streaming community was frustrated with the short three-day bans.
Amouranth and indiefoxx have both been banned a handful of times, including indiefoxx getting three bans in one month for sexual content. It’s clear that Amouranth and indiefoxx are not subject to Twitch’s usual three-strike policy, which results in streamers getting their accounts permanently banned after three suspensions.
The inconsistency of Twitch’s punishments and policies, as well as the platform’s favoritism towards its most popular streamers, has been a constant cause of frustration for streamers and their viewers. In response to Amouranth being allowed back after three days, some Twitter users started calling Twitch a “simp” in the replies. Others pointed out that a black hot tub streamer got seven days for a similar offense, pointing towards favoritism and possible racism among Twitch’s staff.
indiefoxx’s unban announcement had similar sentiments.
Per usual, Twitch has made no public comment on the two unbans. It’s not clear how Twitch chooses which offenses get seven days, or over a month in the case of one streamer who accidentally showed a NSFW image, while others only get three days time and time again.