When I was a youngling I didn't want to read comics that were sanitized for my protection & I don't reckon the new generation of youngling nerds would either. It's moot though because (aside from Tiny Titans, which is an out of continuity comedy) there isn't a an alternative source for the adventures of Starfire. If you want to read about Starfire your only option is Red Hood & the Outlaws.
I get that this Starfire is supposed to have serious mental issues from her life as a Gordarian slave. The old Starfire had the same origin & overcame that trauma with the help of likeable friends. Her compassion was juxtaposed with Raven's repressed emotions. When she had sex, it showed the Gordarians couldn't break her warm Tamarian spirit. When the current Starfire has sex, it comes off as a loveless pathological symptom of PTSD. Red Hood & Red Arrow come off as exploiting her joyless nymphomania instead of getting her counselling. That's even before considering that the book uses her as a living T&A gag.
Making Starfire grapple with her past of sexual slavery in depth could add some compelling Lisbeth Salander-ish facets to her. If that's what they're going for, she shouldn't be playing second fiddle to an unlikeable scumbag duo. It's not the concept of Starfire being a libertine that's the problem, it's how it's been presented.