Specifically, there are two recurring gag characters who are clearly homosexual. After a questionable incident in his past puts him in legal trouble, Joker is sent to Tokyo to live out a year of probation at a new school, under the supervision of a new parental guardian. Like esteemed role-playing games Persona 3 and 4, Persona 5 places players into the shoes of Japanese high school students who spend as much time balancing busy social calendars as they do fighting creepy demons. This is despite the fact that one of the male party members is heavily implied to be at least bisexual, claiming to have no interest in the female form outside of art and often interacting with Joker in a flirty manner. Not in a generic "make the world a better place" sense, but in very concrete, definable ways. For example, I would suggest working on your relationship with your homeroom teacher, Ms. Those dungeons are excellent, by the way, and by far the biggest single point of improvement between Persona 5 and its predecessors.