>Anon, I can't follow that line of thinking. Let's say if I watch a streamer because he plays RPGs, but he decides to do a shooter playthrough which is a genre I don't like, I'm going to watch him?
You're asking me what you are going to do in that case? Only you would know that.
Now, to be fair, I can see what you mean. I like Oxhorn's content with Fallout but not really anything else he does, so I don't watch it. I also don't have any issue with not watching when he's not doing Fallout content. So, if the streamer you're watching is streaming a genre you don't like, you don't have to watch it. I would say that not giving them a chance to be entertaining even if they're playing a genre you don't like is a "you" problem, tho. I would think that you're not watching them because they play a certain type of game but because you like their content, and remember we're talking about vtubers who don't really do typical Twitch-gamer type streaming content. They do a lot of chatting, gaming, meme content, and whatever else they can think of.
Something a lot of HL fans don't want to admit is that the HL girls are not that far off from what the VShojo girls do. They chat with their fans, they play games for their fans, do random bullshit form time to time, collab with others for chaos content, and so forth. Where people seem to get their hackles up is what they perceive to be the difference in vulgarity, which is a perception borne out of a shit ton of rrat spreading, clip watching, and general ignorance or just shitposting.
When that anon said "our rules" he doesn't even know what they are. When I say "our rules" then joke that we have none, I mean that. We don't have rules with VShojo. Well, no, that's not true, there's some universal rules (no politics, no religion, can't violate TOS of the platform you use, etc), but as far as what they can stream? Nope.