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Supernanny star Jo Frost had the perfect response to Piers Morgan's dismissal of a new Pride train as "ridiculous".
As Morgan railed against the train online, she weighed in, saying:
It's an opportunity to take a train and promote the awareness and inclusion needed. Networks use bus stops, buses and billboards to promote, why not, I say, it's a great idea!
It's an opportunity to take a train and promote the awareness and inclusion needed.
Networks use bus stops, buses and billboards to promote, why not, I say, it's a great idea!
@piersmorgan But it's not a gay train, it's an opportunity to take A train an promote the awareness and inclusion n… https://t.co/hzNLJBqIfi — Jo Frost (@Jo Frost)
Frost also pointed out that, since vehicles don't have sexualities, it's not a "gay train" but Pride-themed.
The Avanti West Coast train in question travelled from London to Manchester on Tuesday decorated with the LGBTQ+ pride flag as well as additional colours celebrating BAME LGBTQ+ pride.
It was also staffed entirely by LGBTQ+ people and featured Pride-related literature and facts during onboard announcements.
Why? https://t.co/bEJteVRcoW — Piers Morgan (@Piers Morgan)
@piersmorgan Thanks for helping us spread the word, Piers ✨🌈 — Avanti West Coast (@Avanti West Coast)
It’s perfectly possible to be a long-time vocal supporter of gay rights - like me - AND think a gay train is ridicu… https://t.co/S3kDzCUfAG — Piers Morgan (@Piers Morgan)
The backlash the train received from people like Morgan helps to illustrate why Frost's response is so on point.
Clearly, LGBTQ+ inclusion and representation is still desperately needed.
Take it from the Supernanny.