No queefing on Twitch’s watch.
Soon after Ludwig Ahgren became the most-subbed Twitch streamer following his live streaming for 150-plus hours and counting, other content creators wanted to jump on the bandwagon. But not everyone was doing it in a conventional way.
Twitch partner ItsPinkie was suspended from the streaming platform after a clip of her “queefing” during a broadcast started going viral across social media.
On March 26, ItsPinkie told her 1,000 viewers that she was able to “queef on demand.” To prove it, ItsPinkie put a microphone near her genitals and then appeared to let a bunch of air out. After the strange stunt, ItsPinkie received a few subscribers.
Even though a lot of people clearly found ItsPinkie’s talent fascinating, Twitch was not amused. The platform issued her a three-day ban. It’s unclear which rule in Twitch’s Community Guidelines “queefing” breaks, but it’s possible that it fell under Twitch’s rules about directing attention to a specific body part. No matter the reason, ItsPinkie clearly felt that the platform’s community was stigmatizing “queefing.”