listen, I'm willing to give Andrea the benefit of the doubt. before discovering lolita fashion, and before transitioning, she probably was looking through local (read: western) resources related to the things she was drawn to: frilly, feminine, certain colors. like, that would be like ostracizing Fanny Rosie for any ancient saved links to milanoo pieces or the worst of bodyline during a babylita phase.
in the west, 8 times out of 10, the intersection between soft, feminine, magical clothing and things made for the bodies of those initially assigned male is going to touch back to sissy stuff. Drag is OTT and couture stuff is rare to find.
She's not talking about sissy stuff now, or being a creep to girls online/in her comm as far as I know. and her interviews don't let on that her participation in the fashion is a ruse rooted in some backwards effeminophobia-humiliation fetish.
She's found her way and I have no concerns that she is a weirdo fetishist or predator. you are getting tripped up by your own bias.