i read your entire post, and respectfully speaking, i still very much believe that 2-3 reminders a day is enough for people to still see and buy your ych's. by no means is FA forbidding your ability to advertise your work. i'm sorry about your situation, but whenever i see talk about artists in financial troubles, talking about how they can't make rent and can't find a job for mental reasons, i just wince. because while you're still capable of finding work through freelancing, there are those who lack the skill necessary to do that and don't have a method of income at all. you're making something out of a shitty situation while others don't have that opportunity. so whenever artists in these situations use this sort of story to sway objective conversation, it frustrates me. one of the most commonly said things about freelancing is that you should never do it as a full-time job unless you know your income may be unstable at times, and whether you're sure you can handle that, whether you supposedly can't find other jobs or not. as difficult as it can be to tell at times, FA is going to do what's best for all their users, not just troubled artists. my personal advice would be - don't do freelancing as your sole method of income unless you know you can make enough money from it to be stable. maybe it's not FA's responsibility to change your situation, but your's.
You go to a free art gallery and demand that they provide you with clean content without intrusive advertising, but you probably forgot that all the content you are viewing is made with good advertising. Check out the photos on Google, pay for a patron subscription, or order artwork from artists if you want clean content instead of crying about how annoying your ads are on the free website.
I could not help but enter into this discussion, because I see injustice and arrogance on your part. You do not have a single argument, except that you should not go for freelance, but do not name a single good reason why a little discomfort should prevail over people's lives.