A Twitch stream, QTCinderella, blasted hot tub streamers for the amount of sexism on the site, and now, apparently, it’s men’s fault.
While Twitch is the go-to destination for video game streaming content, IRL and Just Chatting broadcasts have become a breakout hit on the Amazon-owned site, with some of its best clips emerging from the category.
Whether it’s saving tourists lost in Tokyo or setting a backyard ablaze by mistake, streamers in these categories have become stars. However, the category has also produced some more controversial streams.
As Dexerto previously reported, QTCinderella blasted hot tub streamers for the amount of sexism on the site.
“I’m all about getting that bread. I am. I’m like, ‘Yes queen, do the hot tub stream, but please don’t do it on Twitch,’” she said. “Then I have people coming from your chat where they see your hot t*ts covered in bubbles to my chat asking to see mine. But we don’t do that here!”
Now, one of the originators of hot tub streams, xoAeriel, is going on the offensive. In a new YouTube video, she explained why she does hot tub streams and if they really do encourage sexist comments.
“While I agree with her to some extent, IE men oversexualizing the women on the platform and just overall being sexist, I don’t agree that we the females are to blame for this,” she argued.