Aielieen1 Twitch Nudity Ban
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Aielieen1 Twitch Nudity Ban refers to the viral video and ban of Twitch streamer and OnlyFans creator Aielieen1 who turned on her stream and proceeded to masturbate for thousands of viewers before being permanently banned by the platform in early November 2022. In the following days, reactions and discussions to the streamer's explicit livestream, as well as the subsequent ban, spread to numerous social media platforms, including Reddit's Livestream Fails.
On November 3rd, 2022, a brand new account by the name Aieleen1 was created on Twitch and used to stream explicit masturbatory content that afternoon. The purported intent behind the stunt was to promote sexual content elsewhere online toward the content creator's other pages, such as OnlyFans. The account was banned sometime shortly after, with the video ultimately being deleted, but not before it was able to garner roughly 5,000 viewers on Twitch, subsequently creating waves online.
That same day on the subreddit /r/Livestreamfails, a thread created by Redditor shadowdoggie reached the top spot on the sub with over 14,000 upvotes in 20 hours, which initially included a link and embed of the NSFW video although the clip was removed alongside the Twitch ban of Aieleen's account (shown below).
Word of the explicit livestream spread quickly around the web to other social media sites on November 3rd, 2022, with memes also being made almost immediately after. For example, Twitter user @Keizus_ posted a GIF from the game The Last of Us Part II in which the character is looking at their map before jumping and falling off a building to explain Twitch frantically looking for the ban button to hit Aielieen1's account with (shown below). The meme received roughly 45 likes in 19 hours.
Twitch trying to find the ban button for aielieen1 pic.twitter.com/dyAhcyl1zy
— Keizus (@Keizus_) November 4, 2022
Also on November 3rd, Twitter user katlienteee tweeted about the ban and video, receiving over 380 likes in less than 24 hours (seen below).
Discussions about the viral video also spread to TikTok in the following days, including a short clip from TikToker katliente (who also tweeted the above reference), receiving over 34,000 views and 200 comments in 19 hours (seen below).
 Reddit- LiveStreamFails
 Twitter – katlienteee
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