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YouTube Updates Monetization Policy To Favour Breastfeeding And Twerking Videos

YouTube's decision to update its policy was influenced by feedback from users who found breastfeeding videos to be helpful during the parenting journey. By allowing monetization for these videos, YouTube aims to support and promote educational content related to breastfeeding.

YouTube has recently made changes to its policy, allowing certain types of videos to be monetized on the platform. The updates specifically address breastfeeding content and non-sexually graphic dancing, such as twerking.

These changes aim to provide creators with clearer guidelines on what content is eligible for earning money through ads.

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Previously, breastfeeding videos with exposed nipples were not eligible for monetization on YouTube. However, the website has now revised its policy to allow monetization for breastfeeding videos that meet specific criteria.

Videos that show the mother’s areola and nipples while demonstrating how to use a breast pump can now earn money, as long as they include contextual references to breastfeeding and feature a child in the scene.

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YouTube’s decision to update its policy was influenced by feedback from users who found breastfeeding videos to be helpful during the parenting journey. By allowing monetization for these videos, YouTube aims to support and promote educational content related to breastfeeding.

YouTube has also made changes to its guidelines regarding non-sexually graphic dancing, including twerking. Creators can now earn money for videos featuring dance moves like twerking and grinding, as long as the content does not focus on extreme minimal clothing or explicit sexual acts.

Videos that deliberately highlight the dancers’ breasts, butt, or genitalia, or use moves that mimic sexual acts, will not be eligible for monetization. However, videos that show fleeting minimal clothing or fleeting caresses of sexual body parts, as well as videos that simulate sexual acts within a professional setting like a dance studio, can still be monetized.

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As part of the policy update, YouTube is currently reviewing existing content to determine if it adheres to the new guidelines for monetization. If creators have followed the advertiser-friendly content guidelines, their videos may become eligible for monetization.

By implementing the new YouTube monetization policy, YouTube aims to strike a balance between allowing creators to earn money from their content while maintaining a level of appropriateness for advertisers and viewers.

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Thato Motaung for SurgeZirc SA
Thato Motaung for SurgeZirc SA
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