But unfortunately, Brutal Women beat me to it. And I really can't embellish much on what was said over there.
So go check out her response to it, since I agree emphatically with everything she said.
A little general info about the story though:
Evidently, a "girl crush"
"refers to that fervent infatuation that one heterosexual woman develops for another woman who may seem impossibly sophisticated, gifted, beautiful or accomplished. And while a girl crush is, by its informal definition, not sexual in nature, the feelings that it triggers - excitement, nervousness, a sense of novelty - are very much like those that accompany a new romance."
I'm not going to deny that non-sexual crushes do occur when one woman adores and looks up to another in an extreme way.
But having to qualify this definition of a "girl crush" immediately by denying its potential sexuality just oozes homophobia.
Because, you know, it's just infatuation. Not (shh) "real" attraction. Because, well, that would just be gay.