Björk pens an epic open letter slamming sexism in music press
By her own admission, Icelandic musician Björk hasn’t “moaned about sexism” in the past.
But a spate of comments about her DJ sets at Houston’s Day For Night Festival spurred her to action on Wednesday, penning an open letter on how women get treated differently in music publishing.
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Specifically, she mentioned being recently scolded not being “front and centre” while playing.
“Some media could not get their head around that I was not ‘performing’ and ‘hiding’ behind desks and my male counterparts not. And I think this is