I thought I would throw a link to this here along with sharing it on Twitter in the hopes of adding even a small amount of extra signatures.
If you're been paying attention to the gaming industry as of late then you might be aware of several games being censored (Street Fighter V, Xenoblade Chronicles X) for their western releases or not bothering to release outside of Japan at all (Dead or Alive Xtreme 3) for fear of backlash over their content.
These games aren't particularly extreme, it's that SJWs, radical feminists and those who attach themselves to those groups like leeches for attention have been raising a stink about anything and everything gaming related. They spend their time looking for things to be offended over, bullying companies and demonizing gamers. As I said in an earlier post, they're an awful group of people.
Unfortunately, some companies haven't yet recognized that this small but very vocal minority of whiners aren't their customers. They think they can actually please these people by making content changes. They don't realize that the best course of action would be simply to release their games with unaltered content in regions outside of Japan so their real customers can give them money and enjoy their games. Well, we're gonna try and tell them.
Gamer and all around cool dude Oliver Campbell created the hashtag #1MillionGamersStrong and created a petition to ask developers and publishers in Japan to stop worrying about the ever-offended and stay true to the original vision for their games. They need to realize that their real customers don't want sanitized, westernized, stripped down versions of Japanese games. WE are their customers, not the "social justice warriors" or radfems or whatever small minority is raising a stink at the moment.
Go sign the petition right now. Share it with everyone you know that would be interested. Hell, do it twice. We need as many people for this as we can. All the rainbow hair and goony beardmen in the world won't drown this out.