Kaitlyn ‘Amouranth’ Siragusais certainly one of the most popular IRL streamers on Twitch. The viewers of her stream are always waiting for her streams every day. She has gathered more than 1,000,000 followers, an impressive number. But to the community, there are controversial opinions toward her streams.

The reason is that this streamer often wears a small amount of clothing while streaming. Moreover, on her streams, she mainly plays games that involve physical activities (namely Just Dance), or broadcasts workouts live from the gym. Technically, she does not cross the line of the rule of Twitch, but it can be implied that she is trying to use nudity related content to harvest viewership

However, in her stream on March 17, the streamer confronted the criticism and pointed out the hypocrisy of the comments by viewers about her clothes issue
“Don’t you love the logic when people are like - put some clothes on, kids are watching. I’m like, first of all, have you seen Barbie outfits? The way is less than what I got on. Second of all, you don’t go to an R-rated television programme and tell them to put clothes on or a PG-13 one ever.”

And then Amouranth continued: “You don’t go into a movie theater and shout at the screen put clothes on because there are age restrictions - just like there are on this channel. So, if kids are watching, whose fault is that? I would say the parents.”

Not stopping there, the streamer continued to fire back at the criticism by saying “clothes aren’t the problem” and that adults are the ones who are “iffy about bodies” because “kids don’t care.”

This action of Amouranth may not stop the criticism (perhaps even increase it), but we can say that this is a brave and bold reply from our attractive streamer. Viewers may not like her or seeing her expose her skins, but regarding the fact that she hasn't been banned on Twitch, even though she streams with not many clothes regularly, it seems Twitch is fine with her content.

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There are still many viewers watching Amouranth on Twitch, despite the criticism