According to TheDailyMail:
Parents at a ritzy Manhattan private school are outraged by its ultra-woke librarian’s declaration that gender doesn’t exist – as well as a blood-curdling call for violence against her straight white male colleagues.
Ingrid Conley-Abrams, 43 – librarian at the Columbia Grammar & Preparatory School – landed in hot water in August after parents came across a 2015 of hers saying ‘Burn White Straight Male Librarianship to the Ground.’
The tweet was officially flagged as hate speech by Twitter and left Conley-Abrams’ account suspended for a period this month, according to The New York Post, but parents at the $59,000-per-year school said it was only one incident in years of eyebrow-raising behavior from the librarian.
‘If a student posted that they want to burn down or shoot up a library they would be expelled,’ one mother told The Post, ‘In addition she’s claiming that gender is fake and she [tweeted] that she wants to keep students from matriculating in the Ivy League. Are parents aware this is what they are paying almost $60,000 a year for?’
That mother was referring to a 2020 tweet in which the librarian wrote ‘Sadly, the students at my school only go on to Ivy League colleges so I’ve truly failed them with my queer, free-wheeling godless radical hotbed of a library. :(‘
Conley-Abrams’ social media is rife with woke gender philosophies – including the phrase ‘Gender is fake’ in her Twitter bio, and tweets about being non-binary saying ‘I am not a woman.’
She also sports the trademark brightly-dyed hair, horn-rimmed glasses and septum piercing seen on many modern social justice warriors.
Parents also said their children have talked about how the librarian was ‘forever pushing’ books about gender identity, including Ibraham Kendi’s Stamped (For Kids): Racism, Anti-Racism and You.
Conley-Abrams is known to visit in classrooms to teach, according to The Post, and even appeared on a 2020 panel titled Talking to Children about Anatomy, Gender, Sexuality, Puberty and Pregnancy geared at discussing the topics with pre-k through first graders.