Watch As This Badass Spoken Word Poet Celebrates the Beauty of Latino Accents

Denice Frohman, an award-winning poet from New York City and the badass behind "Dear Straight People", preaches the beauty of Latino accents in an impassioned two-minute spoken word poem.

You'll laugh along as she describes her mother's thick accent ("Kitchen, keychain and chicken all sound the same"), but (like us) you may be in tears at the end, when she describes her mother's accent as a "stubborn compass" pointing her home. Watch above!

(h/t We Are Mitu)