And this is where a lot of people go wrong when assuming the intent of a creator.
"Well you wrote about it, so obviously you support it"
And that is definitely not always true. We also have creators who just create works to please an audience, merely following a mainstream trend in order to stay popular. This doesn't mean that the author liked making it.
Unless their views are really, really, explicit in their works (like seeing a pattern of behaviors, of characters, of reactions, etc.), we can only take what they make with a grain of salt and we have to be critical in how we view our media as opposed to taking it all at face value.
I feel the only way to truly understand an author's ideology is if they themselves state what they do and don't support in their works and the reasons behind their work. Only then can we go back and look at their work and begin to see some patterns, if we haven't already seen them before.
With that said, I am also ready to leave a piece of work if I feel the creator in question isn't really a decent person; the work itself doesn't even have to be "bad", per se. But if they're an asshole, I'm just gonna drop them.
This creator isn't the only creator in the world making work in whatever field they're working in. There are plenty of other amazing creators who are decent people doing the same thing they do. If I lived without seeing their work before, I can live after I've dropped them.