The Google-owned video website terminated the Addy A-Game and Street Attraction channels for violating its rules on sexual content and harassment. It comes after Adnan Ahmed, who ran the Addy A-Game channel, was convicted last month of threatening and abusive behaviour towards young women, including schoolgirls aged 16 and The year-old had secretly filmed himself approaching dozens of women in Glasgow and in eastern Europe in attempts to demonstrate his prowess at seduction — though some of his targets said they were scared. Subscription Notification. We have noticed that there is an issue with your subscription billing details. Please update your billing details here.
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Young people are taking sex-ed into their own hands on YouTube
Three YouTubers from Chennai who ran a YouTube channel were arrested after a video of theirs featured a woman talking about sex and alcohol. The Chennai police termed such interviews of women "indecent acts" and warned of criminal action over such activities. Police have booked the three on charges of obscenity in public places, insulting the modesty of women and criminal intimidation, among others. The very popular Tamil YouTube channel 'Chennai Talks' has at least videos which are all in the format of vox-pop where the host interviews random people. The videos are mostly a collection of public opinion over various issues: PUB-G ban, wine shop lockdown, and movie reviews. The reason for the arrest-- a nearly three-minute video that had gone viral and features a woman casually talking about her sexuality.
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She was also the recipient of the Jackie Kirk Fellowship. Sex education in Canadian schools continues to be highly politicized and young people are paying the price. In many Canadian classrooms, factors like inadequate teacher training and discomfort impact what topics are addressed or avoided. Unfortunately, these circumstances mean that youth may not get the information they need to engage in healthy, positive sexual relationships. Meanwhile, sexual health resources flourish online.
The first-ever live streamed Women of Sex Tech conference, held on Saturday over Crowdcast, almost didn't happen because YouTube's automated moderation controls banned the group from the platform. Women of Sex Tech, a group of entrepreneurs in sex and technology industries, has been organizing events and meetups for nearly five years. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year's conference moved to live-streaming online. After four minutes of streaming with a speaker in the UK, the stream was cut off for violating community guidelines.