Bjork rails against sexism in music on new Facebook post

We love a good rant and if we're going to listen to anybody it's Bjork.

She has penned something of an end of the year thought for the day in a new Facebook post which continues her crusade against stamping out sexism in music (we'll have more of that later courtesy of St Vincent).

Bjork said she was prompted to write the post following some DJ sets in Texas.  She claims "some media could not get their head around that i was not "performing" and "hiding" behind desks and my male counterparts not."

She added: "Women in music are allowed to be singer-songwriters singing about their boyfriends.  If they change the subject matter to atoms, galaxies, activism, nerdy math beat editing or anything else than being performers singing about their loved ones they get criticized."

Bjork wrote that she tackled similar subjects on her Biophilia and Vulnicura albums "but it wasn't until Vulnicura where I shared a heartbreak I got full acceptance from the media."

Grammar notwithstanding, she makes some interesting observations so head to her post to read the rest and let us know what you think by tweeting us @BBCMusic.