When she's not touching on harassment, she's talks about the violence that's always underneath, ever ready to strike out at her, whether it be physical, emotional, mentally, or sexually. And the heavy drug use that seems to be a secondary thing to life of the characters she comes across. And the male-female interactions that run her life and how that interacts with her and how it changes her. Sometimes it a good interaction but mostly, it's something that shows a distinct line between genders.What I mean by that is, that most the males view themselves as being better than females and their way they carry themselves and force that on Lust is damning.
Though it talks about a lot of heavy issues, it's still a funny comic and as you read along you're cheering for Lust and Edi to make it to Sicily and that nothing else happens to them. And Lust does a great job bring these interactions and characters to life with her artwork. she has a thin loose (well somewhat) line that's able to express multitude of things, from expressions to locations to subtle nuanced facial expressions or emotions with her characters; it's a joy to see, especially when she does these huge expansive panels that have so much life and beauty to them.