Private Sanctuary Episode 274 – Summon Industry Allies: Promoting Diversity and Safety at Game Day

Alex Augunas, Everyman Gamer, and Anthony Li, the Man Behind the Screens, are ALWAYS saying, “You’re always welcome in our Private Sanctuary,” and today they make good on that assertion by introducing an all-new episode format: Summon Industry Allies! In this episode, Alex and Anthony enlist the help of Jessica Price and Crystal Frasier in discussing the topic of diversity and safety, its importance for GMs and players, and how to avoid altercations at the table while also making sure that the game table remains a safe place where people can gather together for a good time.

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If you want to contact Jessica Price and Crystal Frasier, please do so at the following links. We understand that the topic of Diversity and Safety during the Game Day is a sensitive one, and we ask that our listeners be respectful both to our guests and in the comments section below. We ask that discussions remain both mindful and respectful of others

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Alex Augunas

Alexander Augunas lives outside of Philadelphia, USA where he tries to make a living as an educator. When he's not shaping the future leaders of tomorrow, Alex is a freelance writer for esteemed Pathfinder Roleplaying Game publishers such as Paizo, Inc, Radiance House, Raging Swan Press, and more, and also acts as a co-host and blogger on the Know Direction Network, where he has earned the nickname, "The Everyman Gamer." Recently, Alex has forayed into the realm of self-publishing through his company, Everyman Gaming, LLC. If you like Alex's writing and are interested in supporting him while getting professional-quality material for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game while doing so, check out the Everyman Gaming, LLC catalog, which is listed under Rogue Genius Games at the following locations:


  1. Great interview, really enjoyed it, it was both entertaining and informative.

    I’m a little surprised that some people still encounter negativity at the gaming table, especially at conventions. I go to 2-4 major conventions a year and our tables are composed of both male and female players of every race and everyone plays nice and gets along. Certainly no sexism or racism (it’s actually locally that some minor incidents happen). Certainly nothing like what was mentioned, which might have been more prevalent in the 1990s, but I just don’t see it at all today.

    I see women as being very open to gaming, I think they just need to be invited to the game and given a chance. My current group is 50/50 women, I’ve introduced 4 women to RPGs in the past 5 years, and I think the game is better for it. I can’t wait to introduce my daughters to RPGs!

    Thanks again!

  2. That was excellent. Bring those two back any time!

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