Bjork admits she gets "turned on by nature."
Ah, to be a live in 2016.
Icelandic singer Bjork is opening up about her sexuality in a candid interview with The Standard, which boasts quotes about the Vulnicura crooner's love of animals and angst towards “norm core sexuality.”
'What's norm core,' you're wondering? “I like a lot of erotic books and films but I just don’t find the kind of Las Vegas corset-and-fishnet-stockings thing very sexy,” she declared. “It’s a bit mediocre, norm-core”.
Instead, she likes to seduce the planet.
“I like bestiality. I get turned on by nature," she says. "I don’t find urban brothel situations very hot. But that’s just my taste… like, National Geographic porn.”
They asked her about having a crush on an actual person, specifically David Attenborough, who she made a documentary with in 2013. “I’m probably more into animals.”
Bjork, who split from ex Matthew Barney in 2013 after 13 years together, doesn't believe in the concept of soulmates any longer. In her recent album, she alludes to Barney running off with another woman which lead to the demise of their relationship together.
“I think the soulmate thing for me distributes over quite a lot of people. I have a really good group of girlfriends and most of them are artists as well.”
Bjork also speaks about a new wave of feminism brought about by 20-somethings. “My mum’s generation was really good in the 1970s with protesting,” she said. “Then for my generation, the best proof that women can do what they want, was just to go out and get things done. That’s always been the best way for me to be a strong woman. But in the past three or four years, there’s been a new wave of feminism, especially with girls in their 20s. I thought: ‘Okay, now is the time to moan.’”
I mean, I'm a dog lover but damn.