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I am thinking of going to New York and want to stop at the historical Stonewall Inn. What drink would you recommend to honor the history?

Cookie Drink whatever you want; just remember they fought for each of us to be who we are. Drink your drink; just have them put a pride flag in it.

Zoey An Irish Carbomb. No good riot would be complete without one.

Winnie I would definitely recommend the “BJ.” It’s warm and salty. Oh wait, did you say drink? Oops.

Mae The brick. It’s gritty!

Kay Riot Punch, Have them make you seven of them. One for every color of the rainbow.

Jack-Lynn Tequila, then if you do something stupid, you won’t remember. (There will definitely be some posts on YouTube, though.)

Cherri Stay away from the Pussy Juice; oh wait, that is located in Nebraska.

It is said that those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it. What part of your past would you like to repeat or not repeat?

Cookie I’d like to not repeat the time I had with that psycho. We’ve all had one.

Zoey I do not want to repeat walking in the Pride parade in the rain. My eyeshadow was on my cheeks. My butt cheeks.

Winnie I wouldn’t change a thing, as it could lead me not to join this great organization.

Mae That’s classified.

Kay If you change the past, then it changes where we are today. Time travel is not you something mess with. Don’t step on that butterfly.

Jack-Lynn No, No, No, I won’t go back! You can’t make me!

Cherri I want to repeat that night with that guy at that place in that city. You know what I mean.

Why do you think the younger members of the LGBTQ community don’t like listening to the older members when they talk about the past?

Cookie Can you really change the past? No, but you better learn from it and continue on in the right direction.

Zoey Not every good story starts with, “When I was your age.”

Winnie They think they know it all. They also never had to live with what we all went through. Being a member of the LGBTQ community is now way easier than the past.

Mae Nobody wants to hear Zoey talk.

Kay I am a younger member. I don’t know what you are talking about. I always listen to my elders. Those slutty old things have great information.

Jack-Lynn Same reason teenagers know everything, whippersnappers. Come on over; I’ll whip you. Wait, what was the question?

Cherri Younger LGBTQ people think they have nothing in common with older members, but really, we all have something in common. Also, older members can help us get through rough times.

I see the rainbow colors everywhere as a symbol of the LGBTQ community. What do the colors mean to you?

Cookie A sign that things are getting better than where they were. The more colors, the better for all!

Zoey The entire community. Nowhere is it about being a certain race, religion, gender, or sexuality. It is about finding the harmony within all of us.

Winnie R Life, O: Healing, Y: Sunlight, G: Nature, B: Serenity, P: Spirit.

Mae Oooooh, pretty!

Kay There are so many different versions of people, and they are all beautiful. There are so many colors in the rainbow, and I see every one.

Jack-Lynn Inclusion and respect for everyone. Also, everything looks good in rainbow.

Cherri Like the rainbow standing tall, after a dark storm we will always stand tall together.