YouTube videos that contain content about breastfeeding can now be monetized if they meet certain criteria. The platform has updated its policy to allow monetization of breastfeeding videos that show the mother’s areola, as well as those where the person in the video demonstrates how to use a breast pump.

However, a child must be present on these videos, otherwise you will not be able to make money on them.

In addition, YouTube has also changed its principles regarding what it calls “non-sexual dancing.” Creators can now make money from videos with dance moves like twerking and grinding. Provided that the videos are not created for the purpose of intentionally drawing attention to people’s body parts.

They also won’t make money if they use moves that mimic sex acts.

TechCrunch writes that YouTube reviews all existing videos with such content and those that meet the requirements to enable monetization.