I'd pretty much have to write under a pseudonym and publish in secret to avoid my mum reading my comics.
I'm from a small town, and I've been doing professional work in comics and placing in national comics competitions since I was in my early twenties. My parents are very proud of me and I learned as a kid, it doesn't matter if what I'm drawing is the weebiest, trashiest anime stuff, they will show it to the entire town if I even just leave it somewhere where they can find it (as a child this was leaving it somewhere in the house, as an adult, it's putting it anywhere on the internet that can be found via my name) whether or not they're given permission.
On the upside and to their credit, my parents are perfectly fine with me being gay, making comics with LGBTQIA+ characters and themes, and fortunately since my parents are staunchly socialist and feminist, it's hard to put political stuff in my work that will upset them (in fact my mum loves all the political themes in my work).
....But I still don't like putting stuff in my work where I'd feel uncomfortable if my parents, siblings, all my old teachers saw it. I'm not ashamed of being gay, so having characters be gay in my work is fine, and I'm long-past being embarrassed about being a weeb, so I happily draw manga trash about people with spikey hair and giant swords, but I draw the line at anything ecchi. 'Cause when the character is leering at and sexualising other characters... it's kind of you, the creator doing it in a way (because you're the one drawing the body and choosing the angle, it's your gaze), and I just don't want my parents seeing me drooling over ladies... that's just....eugh, it's like if you went to a strip club and took your parents along to watch you getting a lapdance or something!