Twitch streamer SweetSaltyPeach reportedly banned again after flashing the camera

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Are men just flagging content to punish women?

About a month after a popular Twitch streamer was suspended for wearing see-through shorts while baking cookies, her channel has disappeared off the platform over another NSFW moment.

SweetSaltyPeach apparently has been suspended after a stream on Monday that showed her laying on a couch. As she was adjusting her shorts, she gave a brief hint of nudity. Twitch did not immediately respond to a Daily Dot request for comment about SweetSaltyPeach’s status, so it’s unclear if she has been banned and for how long that punishment would last.

But the message on her channel reads, “Sorry. Unless you’ve got a time machine, that content is unavailable.” That’s a telltale sign that a channel has been removed by Twitch—at least temporarily.

SweetSaltyPeach—who has about 9,000 Twitch followers—was previously suspended in March after revealing her underwear through her white shorts while she was checking on her baked goods with her backside to the camera.

Another Twitch user, Bad Bunny, was suspended last week after a similar situation in which she flashed the camera while re-positioning herself on the couch. She said Twitch had banned her for “adult nudity.”

According to the Twitch community guidelines, a streamer can be punished for “attire intended to be sexually suggestive and [for] nudity … Attire (or lack of attire) intended to be sexually suggestive includes undergarments, intimate apparel, or exposing/focusing on male or female genitals, buttocks, or nipples.”

It’s unclear what happened to SweetSaltyPeach in this situation—she has not commented publicly about why her channel has disappeared—but after BadBunny was suspended last week, she discussed how upsetting it was for a random viewer to report her for violating Twitch’s terms of service (TOS). Other female Twitch streamers have also weighed in on this issue, and some viewers questioned why SweetSaltyPeach was punished for her see-through shorts since it seemed like a relatively tame moment. And considering how upset some men were when Lucia Omnomnom was only given a three-day suspension for taking off her top, it seems like they may be looking for ways to punish women on the platform (though some men would say that women aren’t banned as often as men for committing other offenses).

“Yeah, it’s really sad,” BadBunny said on Twitter. “Only one person in my community watching at the time noticed a potential TOS moment. Everyone else noticed nothing. These reporting weirdos really live for these moments.”

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Josh Katzowitz

Josh Katzowitz

Josh Katzowitz is a staff writer at the Daily Dot specializing in YouTube and boxing. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and Los Angeles Times. A longtime sports writer, he's covered the NFL for CBSSports.com and boxing for Forbes. His work has been noted twice in the Best American Sports Writing book series.