A Maryland substitute teacher has been fired after her controversial tweets surfaced in which she told co-workers “Black women who raise boys (to please) stop letting their sons take on female traits” among other controversial social media posts.

A black teacher, identified on social media as Bianca Robinson, also tweeted on Thursday @mostly_hated that “kids should be bullied.” FOX 5Stephanie Ramirez reports.

Black elementary school teacher fired for controversial tweets

“Black women raising boys, please don’t let your sons take on female traits. I have the worst guys in my class! I know you will have men somewhere. This shit is getting funny!” – read one of the controversial tweets.

She went on to tweet that “bullies should be bullied because bullying doesn’t stop with childhood. How will they be ready for an adult bully?” Robinson was also criticized for being blatantly homophobic when she wrote that she was “sick of schools hiring gay people”.

“Third day of school and I’ve already made another kid cry,” another of her tweets read. “These 5th graders have never had a teacher from the hood that I can see. They will not talk to me in any way. I will quickly and respectfully collect the child and bring him to tears anyway.”

She initially deleted the tweet, but screenshots were later circulated online. Her account was no longer active on Tuesday.

Robinson was a substitute teacher at District Heights Elementary School, but has since been fired after angry parents took the tweets to the school’s human resources department and drew the attention of Superintendent Cassandra G. Lassiter.

Detractors criticize teacher’s tweets, calling her mindset “harmful” and “unnecessary”

While many parents were horrified by the comments, others took to Twitter to defend the Prince George’s County educator.

“She could have said something like, put them in mentoring programs or something, but for her to say something like that, it’s just horrible,” mom Gabrielle Hill told FOX 5.

“Why are you all defending her when she says that?🤢🤢🤢,” one person wrote on social media.

“Harmful mentality. She described the children as “b****est” because they have “feminine” features.

It is harmful to use misogyny against growing children,” noted one detractor.

“If I looked at social media I would swear nurses, therapists and teachers were some of the meanest and/or stupidest people on earth,” the commenter tweeted. “This is not the right mood. We will make sure she does not work near ANY child. Period,” another tweeted.

“You need to stop making excuses to these women that she’s having a rough day, don’t make excuses for what she said,” said a third.

Others took to social media to show their support for the fired substitute teacher, with supporters calling for free speech

Others actually expressed their support for her. “Y’all stay, try to fire people,” wrote one fan.

“Where is she and does she have a Cashapp we can donate to?” one person commented. “Are we talking about divine feminine traits, right brain traits? Because men have divine feminine energy in them,” wrote another.

“Um, @mostly_hated should be mostly praised for telling the truth!” @laire tweeted with the hashtag #BlackTwitter.

“Freedom of speech?” – thought the third. “I don’t like what she said, but trying to get her fired for a tweet?”

“We squeeze the tenderness out of boys, and anyone born male then wonders why they’re such cruel lovers, parents, friends, etc., all for some imaginary gender binary that serves no one.”

What do you say, roomies? Should Robinson be fired? Does freedom of speech protect her from tweeting controversial material?