Same as darthmongoose. My existence is political, so the comic is also "political" in some definitions. But it's also about ostracism, martyr culture, not properly addressing mental issues, bi erasure, so uh it's got plenty on its own.
I try not to get too specific on social media or the comic because we're all doomscrolling and getting more of that in your entertaiment can get depressing, but I also try to not shy away from the issues in the first place. If I lose followers when I start using more direct language, then well I have no idea what they were getting out of my comic with all the other content.
As a reader, I also don't unfollow people over that stuff unless it turns into a soapbox. Putting a bit of yourself in the work happens, sometimes talking directly about it the only way you feel like you can act against some really bad injustice and the work is usually about making you happy first - just don't sit everyone down to give a lecture in your best Ayn Rand impression. Show don't tell and tell don't show at the correct moments also applies to the social issues you want to address