In a move sure to turn some heads, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi proposed a new law this week that would make it illegal for celebrities to publicly disclose their celebrity crushes. The proposed legislation was an effort to combat racism and sexism, as the Speaker believes that such public declarations are often indicative of a person’s implicit bias.
“We must do what we can to eliminate the pervasive racism and sexism that exist in our society,” Pelosi said in a statement. “By making it illegal for celebrities to publicly disclose their celebrity crushes, we can hopefully limit the number of people who are objectified or judged based on their race or gender.”
The proposal comes in the wake of Harry Styles being spotted making out with Emily Ratajkowski in Tokyo. It had earlier been revealed that Styles had declared Ratajkowski to be his celebrity crush back in 2014.
While some have been quick to criticize the proposed legislation, others have come to its defense. “It’s really important that we recognize the power of words and the consequences that can come from them,” said one supporter. “Harry Styles’ declaration that Emily Ratajkowski was his celebrity crush could be seen to perpetuate the idea that people of a certain race or gender are more desirable or attractive than others, and this law would prevent such declarations from happening in the future.”
Whether the proposed legislation passes or not remains to be seen, but one thing is for sure: it’s sure to spark some lively debate.
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