I'm with Horerczy that this doesn't feel like a hugely SWJ comic, so much as just skewed perspective on the part of the author.
I'd compare this to Willis of Shortpacked fame; Willis has spent ten years as writer and has deliberately makes a point of playing some game of minority bingo, with the climax showing it as a deliberate and spiteful act. He doesn't really care about characterization, he just wants to throw in every skin tone possible for the sake of it without much thought for writing.
Having read Computer Love? It just reads like it is highschool level. The writing actually reminds me of someone in particular I knew back then, but (perhaps sadly) a significant improvement. All the characters share a wierd logic without taking a moment to slow down and explain it to the audience. The main character's choice to run away from home to a place with /free food/? It really seems like teenage wish fulfillment without much sense of perspective. Drama similarly is overblown and, as one might expect from a teen, heavily centered around Sex. There's even a couple moments which, given a better writer and artist, could be pretty sweet.
There's a lot of gay characters, but they're not only there as affirmative action props so much as they all share the author's wierdness. I can tell there's an attempt at traits under them but Burgeroise just isn't a skilled writer.
The problem with Computer Love is that she's not meeting her own goals very well. For instance, it's fine to want to focus on LGBT characters in a science fiction setting. But it's not fine to make all characters LGBT with no explanation--this is a minority population in every existing demographic, so it's incumbent upon an author to provide a reason why every character in her story ends up being LGBT.
I'd defend this practice from just personal experience; there's a reason a lot of people use the term "the gay community"; niches form quickly and it is sort of a major thing to be connected by. I've been the token straight a few times in cliques where it definitely is the case without there necessarily being a science fiction angle. Having read the story, there seems to be pretty good justification for why; The main character is a lesbian whose only friend/roommate started as a failed pick up in a bar and then there's another fairly isolated, self-indulgent and sex-obcessed character who has one or two people who'll put up with him(?) for more than a one night stand. This isn't a story where every single plot important person is gay conviently, but just one that is centered around a bunch of friends 4/5 of whom are gay.
I could give a crack at reviewing this if you'd like one sort of more optimistic; if the Author is still like 19-23ish, I think they're still young enough to grow out of this and I feel like there's potential in some areas. If they're older and/or very set in their ways? Whelp, the art alone is bad enough to merit the article. Plotwise, the premise is flimsy and exposition is lacking. the character's logic and emotions are sporatic and hard to follow and the characters are very blunt and rush right into sex. But there were a couple of sweet moments, which could have been greatl in better hands.
Has anyone ever found a comic with gay charters in it that didn't have a lot of sex in it? Like it was just a story and some characters happen to be gay, like real life is. I have yet to find a comic like that on the web. I think I found one about a guy that built robots or something, I can't remember it's been a long time, but that's the only one I can think of. Comics like this are just porn the same way exploitation films in the 70's were just porn.
I think a lot of Comics authors fall into the trap of it being controversial but something that gets a lot of approval form fans. It also depends how you define "a lot of sex". Willis is apparently criticized for not really having much if any gay sex at all, hell, I've dropped it before; he prefers sexy Lesbians (Leslie Beans) to actual gay characters. For a long time it was the token gay guy who eventually got one or two cardboard boyfriends. Last I peaked in, he made his old conservative Stu into a Bisexual for the sake of currying favour but still.
Fairly minimal sex comics with gay characters that I could actually sort of recommend? Monsterkind, Supernormal Step (Not brilliant but decent filler) and I think Manly Guys Doing Manly Things has the Commander mention being Bi (or at least having experimented) very off handedly. Blaster Nation definitely has some fanservice, but not a lot of sex, decentish story.
A lot of people like Gunnerkrigg and they have the Katt/Paz thing with a fair bit of speculation about the other main character. Same with Homestuck.
As to ones focused on the gay community (rather than just having a gay character) I think it is sort of difficult to have a story about the gay community and self discovery in terms of sexual orientation without, you know, sex. It's like a teen drama with mature reactions and people not giving a shit about drama and popularity; lots of examples of that in real life but it typically makes things harder. I can think of Cuanta Vita off the top of my head but I do remember there are some creepy rapey bits. Actual sex is sparse though.