So on one hand twitch must be "political correct" but on the other they can hold staff different standard. That's not how it should work.
The clients is partners. Geer works for twitch but he is also partnered. Partnership allows feature to be used on twitch like emote working for twitch does not allow a person to be an exception to the same rule and guidelines of broadcasters.
In this case Twitch staffs should be held at an higher standard then a partnered broad caster as they are the a direct example of moral and ideals of the company. Like how stores have dress codes to preventing staff from have shirt with political or offensive material.
My client and Geer both agreed to the same TOS to use twitch as an broadcasting platform .
Twitch does not have to be political correct and can choose to enforce what and anything they want. But that gives off the wrong message.
Yes the same avatar is used to show different ideas or concepts. Like most people who have one you tend to play a dress up game with them to get the ideas across.
"mask" are a pair of panties, sure they look like panties. But like I showed if colored red it gives off a different feel.
Mask 1.a covering for all or part of the face, worn as a disguise, or to amuse or terrify other people.
Pantie1. a woman's or child's undergarment covering the lower trunk and made with closed crotch
I'd agree in this case they are one and same. What I dispute is the reason behind the removal. The act of sniffing. Maybe the guy just like clothing on his head in a non sexual way.
Look I really don't want to make this about Geersart. I just picked him as he has lewd emotes and did the example art in the "Emote Review and Recent Scuttlebutt" post so it is a huge mixed message. I like him and his work it's nothing personal.
To clear up a few things I'm not asking or looking for Twitch to unban the emote I made. Like I said I played close to the sun but I'll defending my work like anything else I put.
What I'd like is Twitch to review the guideline to better and fairly enforce them. I have no problem with lewd stuff but some people do. So when you can play the above game but can't show a cats butt anus or a dude with panties on his head, Hell you can see real boob cleavage on twitch but I can't show it as an emote in glorious crystal clear pixel vision kappa then something is wrong.
Or a better solution is to allow the broadcaster to choose if their own channel can show "lewd" emotes I'm not talking hate speech or extreme sexual depictions but things like the above. Like how the agreement to chat works.