Oh hell no!... is what I would like to say. Unfortunately a good few know, and have read it, some even having physical copies.
Don't get me wrong, I appreciate the support, my comic just isn't something most people would be into, also the themes are a little... not family friendly. It's kind of embarrassing trying to explain why the story is what it is to them specifically without bringing up mental health stuff or known experiences (Because I don't want to deal with that drama.), plus I feel like they'd misread it more than those in my comic's demographic. Like my mom telling people it's exclusively a queer experience thing when I intended it to be a general human experience thing with some queer specific topics. Abuse and mental health struggles aren't exclusively queer, anyone can experience them, it's a bit obnoxious seeing that fly over her head and mislead other people. (Especially since some of the abuse stuff was originally based off her experiences.)
Plus it's just awkward sitting there while they're reading it, knowing it's not gonna be their thing. Makes the situation feel like some kind of interview or evaluation. Especially so after my mom is like "Did you read it?? What do you think??" Like, chill bro!
The joys of being an adult living with their parent(s), I guess.
To answer the other questions, no. I don't really care if they don't like my comic, or if certain things in it offend them. My comic is for me, and people like me to a smaller extent, I wouldn't change a thing to fit their preferences or comfort.