After going back from work and after reading the replies, I think it's needed to explain some points. I'll do my best to reply correctly, but I can't guarantee that I can answer all the questions there. Let's get started, shall we?
Before answering the questions:
-I posted this thread with the thought of not going back to Tapastic anymore to gain extra readers. Then, I reconsidered my position on Tapastic, decided to post my webcomics here and then feel regrets of posting this thread.
-The thread is an absolute copypaste of my comic's descrpition in Comicfury and a spanish forum called Subcultura. While I didn't gain many replies, I got replies like "I started to to read this comic because of your comic cover" and even "Now this is what I call good publicity". I assumed that Tapastic would have the same reaction, but I was wrong. I should mention that the copypaste is from mid-2016, later comic strips shouldn't necessarily coincide with I mentioned above.
-After reading carefully the (vague I should add) rules, I concluded that I'll just be posting the censored version of A Yurist Closet in Tapastic. If anyone wants to see the uncensored version of the webcomic, they'll have to look for it with the indicated and obvious directions.
-You can't make a fourth point without a third point.
Onto the replies:
punkarsenic: I'll keep posting it. You motivated me. It's too late now.
NickRowler: I wouldn't say that. A number of subreddits gave me many upvotes for the comics I posted in these specific subreddits. That doesn't mean every subreddit is agreeable with my content (the YuruYuri subreddit, for example, downvoted me to hell for one of the comics I posted there). Full disclosure: there are female readers as well.
dawgofdawgness: Drink some water m8
wumblebumarts: I know, I state (now) that it's a copypaste from 2016. I admit that was a fuckup. On my defense, in that year many dumb things were done under that motive and to point how dumb making that reason was.
Aspie_Gamer: Now that's a reply I like, even if it's negative! On some points you mention:
Onto the anti-SJW comics: In retrospective, I think it was too dumb for making a good number of comic strips of feminism and GamerGate (nowdays I think that one should've been enough). That was before discovering alternative media and when I was too engaged with a specific source that reports news on censorship. After discovering these alternative media sites, I thought these are the ones doing the work on reporting these news and I was like "you know, let's go back to the main point of the comic". About these comic strips, I can definitely think that the worst comic strip is #19, while the strip makes a point, that doesn't mean that the bad things involved there are forgivable. I even talked about this with some of my fans and they didn't consider this point of view. Last point on this subject: I use self-deprecation to brag about this webcomic (though not in the other ones I've made), that should tell you many things about me in this sentence.
Onto 2016: Read the reply above.
Onto the reviews: One of these reviews is real. And it's alright if you have better things to do. I'm not demanding stuff like I'm some kind of activist with a red hair and problem glasses.
joe_gallindez: Onto the first question: I'm basically saying "this webcomic exists by this this and this". About the second question: while it's the question I expected to hear since two years ago, I think it's up to the readers to figure it out. I won't reply that question at the moment.
On a personal note, and again with retrospective, I shouldn't have advertised my comic with a stupid wall of text. I've made that copypaste when I was still figuring out how to properly advertise webcomics through forums that my lack of experience told me "it's okay to post a wall of text to describe your comic" when it's not. I posted the copypaste because of the positive (while it's a few) comments I received so I asummed Tapastic would have the same reaction. If I had the ability of predict the future, I would've advertised the webcomic with another way.
That doesn't mean that I'll quit making A Yurist Closet, not even in Tapastic. A Yurist Closet makes sense 0% of the time, it's drawn stupidly on purpose, but the most important thing of it is that I enjoy doing it. Sure, it's not everyone's taste, but I feel pretty good every time I upload a new comic strip. Maybe someday someone will see A Yurist Closet with the same eyes that I see it, though it's too soon to tell it and realistically speaking, no one is willing to find some kind of "deep meaning" of the webcomic if it's drawn with cheap drawings.
I know that no matter what I say, I've changed things forever and they will not go back for the nature of the Internet. I'm going to learn to live with this disappointment on myself, because I'm sure there'll be many haters/detractors to remind me of this, and the best way so far to achieve this is by making the best content I can do for the Internet. And that content will go for Tapastic because I love doing webcomics, and people in Tapastic love doing webcomics.