Queerness is still shrouded by a shadow of controversy, especially in Latine communities, only acceptable “as long as it’s not my kid.” But accepting queerness from afar is not the same as accepting queerness.
Accents tell a story that we will never begin to understand unless we listen. Our general impatience for those who speak differently burns the bridge between their unique perspectives and our own. And let’s not forget that Hispanic accents typically mean that person knows at least two languages — more than the average American.
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