Let me make this clear


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Well, not if we keep talking.

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Still wanting to be clear that we want Paizo to clearly explain what they've changed about their HR policy regarding trans people.


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Same, Mergy.


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Would it be untoward to ask what the clear HR policy is not just for trans people, but also for nonbinary, intersex, fluid identifications and any others I may have missed?

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Wei Ji the Learner wrote:


Would it be untoward to ask what the clear HR policy is not just for trans people, but also for nonbinary, intersex, fluid identifications and any others I may have missed?

For brevity I was shorthanding it by putting all of those under the umbrella, but yes absolutely all of those are also valid and important to be explicitly protected in HR policy, IMO.


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Mergy wrote:
Wei Ji the Learner wrote:


Would it be untoward to ask what the clear HR policy is not just for trans people, but also for nonbinary, intersex, fluid identifications and any others I may have missed?
For brevity I was shorthanding it by putting all of those under the umbrella, but yes absolutely all of those are also valid and important to be explicitly protected in HR policy, IMO.

My concern is that sometimes in such situations the 'squeaky wheel' gets the 'grease'... when the whole undercarriage needs an overhaul, to put a bit of a turn on a phrase.

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Absolutely. I would also like to say that the more explicitly Paizo is in supporting the LGBTQ+ community the better, to ensure that these forums remain a safe space for the most vulnerable.

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Mergy wrote:
Still wanting to be clear that we want Paizo to clearly explain what they've changed about their HR policy regarding trans people.

To be perfectly honest, I couldn't care less to hear anything from Paizo. I have heard the repeated excuses and apologize from them for a decade. At this point, there is nothing they could say that will amount to a hill of beans for me. I watch to see ACTION. If/when an extended period of time has passed with a clear lack of allegations and a sufficient number of exclamations by people who matter espousing a positive Paizo environment, THEN and only then will I re-consider restoring my subscriptions and giving them my money.


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keftiu wrote:
As a trans woman who has loudly gone to bat for Paizo products /because/ of their inclusivity, I’m… really, really upset that the none of the statements have addressed this transphobia. It’s enough that I’m boycotting until it is acknowledged and addressed.

For whatever its worth, I'm with you in solidarity and upset for the same reasons.


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TwilightKnight wrote:
Mergy wrote:
Still wanting to be clear that we want Paizo to clearly explain what they've changed about their HR policy regarding trans people.
To be perfectly honest, I couldn't care less to hear anything from Paizo. I have heard the repeated excuses and apologize from them for a decade. At this point, there is nothing they could say that will amount to a hill of beans for me. I watch to see ACTION. If/when an extended period of time has passed with a clear lack of allegations and a sufficient number of exclamations by people who matter espousing a positive Paizo environment, THEN and only then will I re-consider restoring my subscriptions and giving them my money.

Who are the "people who matter"?

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As a cis hetero white male with no current close personal LGBQT+ associations, I don't feel I have any real place in this, except to say I fully support those calling for fairness, transparency,accountability, and for the Paizo management to put into action the values they have espoused to aspire to.

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Reckless wrote:

As a cis hetero white male with no current close personal LBGQT+ associations, I don't feel I have any real place in this, except to say I fully support those calling for fairness, transparency,accountability, and for the Paizo management to put into action the values they have espoused to aspire to.

And that folx, is how to be an ally!

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Thomas Keller wrote:
Who are the "people who matter"?

The people (employees) who are affected by Paizo's management decisions, not the people making those decisions.

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