Just like on eBay you have the buyers and the sellers, on YouTube you have the viewers and the creators. Everybody knows that. What is less well known, and even less well understood, is that between the buyers and sellers and between viewers and creators there are opaque algorithms that decide who gets to see what. These decisions are are optimized for what eBay and YouTube want and NOT for what the buyers, sellers, viewers, and creators want. For example, this lewd channel still earns advertising revenue on some videos while my channel cannot earn advertising on any video because it is considered "sexually gratifying". Update: on November 16th, 2023 my old channel was even removed by YouTube for violating the Community Guidelines but without pointing out which video. Many fans say there was most likely no violation but that probably slim women are preferred over fat women which they would of course not like to admit. Safer to just say I violated community guidelines and use that as an excuse to shut me down and prove to shareholders they are enforcing the community guidelines. It's also less costly for YouTube than shutting down a channel of a slim women with 2 million subscribers. If it was really about community guidelines and not about money they would not have all these double standards. Sadly, as individuals we have no recourse against these powerful corporations and their algorithms. The results is less content from creators like myself.


anonymous johnson

Date 10/25/2020


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Chubby Vanessa

Date 10/27/2020 9:29:24 AM


Date 9/16/2022


Date 10/25/2022


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