Given that most of the threads on this topic keep getting closed, I ffigured I'd post this idea as a new thread.
Sega could offer an optional bit of DLC, a form of pass for the uncensored version of the game, for a nominal fee of say $5. Those who buy into it would get the product as promised; 'All the content' of the Japanese version, while those who don't want to see it can simply opt out.
That way , there are four winners.
Sega wins by getting money out of the deal.
Anti-censorship players get the product they want.
Pro-censorship players won't have to worry about seeing anything distasteful.
Neutral/indifferent players don't have to hear about it every other day.