I'm sorry you're noticing some errors in your articles. I wish you guys would have emailed me or PMed your editors about it directly rather than bringing it straight to the forums, but now that it's here...
We've got a solution!
Within the first 5 days of publishing, your articles can be re-edited by the editor who published it. If it's just plain errors, email or PM the editor who published your article and ask them to fix them.
In the case of ArcaneBlast's semicolons, my suggestion to you is to save your original article in a Word or text file so that you can compare your version to the version we published. This way if something is changed that you think is right, or that you included intentionally, or something like that, you can point it out and ask them to revise.
If you notice the errors, and it's been more than 5 days, email me directly (firstname.lastname@example.org m). DO NOT PM ME. I need to be able to keep track of issues we have on SexIs, whether it's an editor missing errors, or an author violating the ToS, or a guideline that needs more explanation, and the easiest way to do that is if they're all in the same place.
And as always, please feel free to email me with any question or concern you have regarding SexIs. I love questions and suggestions and I'm here to help!