can you not edit your work to be less horny brah. what the hell does that have to do with social justice. maybe the dude just wants the comic to be less horny? like there's a lot of things you can depict in a comic about demons and devils. they're very complicated creatures. to start with you can think of the 7 deadly sins, and related concepts such as jealousy or vindictiveness, and notice how sexuality is only one theme to represent there.
personally i'm trying to focus myself to make my comic less self-reflective and more of a real narrative, and i'll edit the first 19 pages (of text) to that end. that's called the artistic process.
you're effectively filtering your mind and honing in on a few tweets about editing this comic for publication, and a general bit of refinement, to suit some imaginary narrative. That's a sin, the misuse of the intellect and your understanding of the world, which naturally leads to solipsism and the realization that your life is at least partially a lie.
a lot of artists look back on their work and notice themes that they'd like to alter in some way. for instance andrew hussie really seems to want to kick up the malevolence of homestuck's presentation up, until you're aware that alt history about hitler literally producing his villains is just the kind of thing he does.