I like how even with a tweet forcing him to have some introspection, Louis deflects it onto everyone else. He's only mean because the other person is, and because other people are trying to make him conform. As if Louis doesn't go actively hunting for people he doesn't even know to start arguments with in conversations he has no part of for zero reason.
That comic is also unintentionally great. Still using the trans allegory it's not-so-subtly trying to invoke, the character dyes their hair for everyone to see and becomes dejected when the people they force to acknowledge it don't like it, all before finishing by realizing they failed to find validation in attention-seeking and implying it's the fault of the people around them.
But in Louis's case, he would fit into this metaphor if he had maybe three strands of dyed hair and used the fact that these strands are a different color to blame why everyone seems to dislike him for some mysterious reason.