Twitch gaming streamer Alinity is finding herself in hot water this week after she was shown throwing her cat live during a game. If you're unfamiliar with her, Natalia "Alinity" Mogollon has been a content creator since , originally starting with World of Warcraft and then moving on to being a more diverse gamer. Like a lot of people on YouTube, once the ad revenue stopped being as dope, she made the transition over to Twitch. She's received criticism over the years for using her sexuality to promote her streams, which she's dismissed since she can actually play, but it hasn't stopped the "Twitch thot" trolling from following her.
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Popular Twitch streamer Alinity Divine is open about her affinity for yoga, alerting her followers of her morning classes before going live - but one session left the streamer seriously bent out of shape. According to Alinity, one of her classmates showed up to a 'hot yoga' session in a coughing fit - a serious health risk for Alinity, who takes corticosteroids due to her weak immune system and bad allergies. Oh also I got into a little fight with some girl and got her kicked out of class I'll tell you guys when I'm home. It just so happens that the sick classmate managed to sit beside her in the corner of the room, an area that Alinity generally chooses to avoid getting ill from surrounding people - prompting a not-so-subtle request that at the offending classmate cover her mouth.
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Surprisingly, however, Alinity claimed in her Discord channel as seen below that she spoke to someone at the company and confirmed that she won't be banned, but those harassing her might be. This claim likely inspired online personality and Drama Alert YouTuber Keem to make some claims fn his own. Keem has been very outspoken about the situation, going so far as to say that there is some gender bias at Twitch because a male streamer would have been perma-banned for a similar incident.
Screenshot via YouTube. An ongoing feud between Felix Kjellberg, better known as Pewdiepie—the most popular YouTuber in the world—and popular Twitch streamer Alinity Divine, is a perfect example of how women are still objectified, vilified, and exploited in the gaming community, simply because they are women. Earlier this month, Kjellberg, who has more than 63 million subscribers, uploaded a video of himself testing the Tobii eye tracker , which is able to show in real time what a user is looking at on the screen. Kjellberg invited fans on Twitter to send him videos to view, and recorded the results. In his latest video on the subject, uploaded Wednesday, Kjellberg chastised Alinity for filing the claim, and suggested that Alinity somehow deserves the abuse she is getting online for wearing revealing clothes. He shows examples of times when she wore a sheer top and her bra straps showed, or when she played Just Dance in a dress. The videos themselves show all kinds of things that both men and women record themselves doing on Twitch, but women showing cleavage, and often Alinity herself, are almost always featured in the thumbnails.