Björk Says She's Into Bestiality: 'I Get Turned On By Nature'


Native Icelandic and alternative pop singer Björk wants you all to know nature turns her on. Yes, as in sexually.

According to a new interview with the Evening Standard, Björk has always found animals sexy, despite also liking what much of the world finds to be traditionally sexy.

She says, "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."

"I like bestiality," the singer continues. "I get turned on by nature. I don't find urban brothel situations very hot. But that's just my taste... like, National Geographic porn."

I like bestiality. I get turned on by nature.

So norm-core really isn't her thing; I wouldn't have guessed much else, anyway, judging from her eclectic style both in music and in clothing.

You might be able to infer her love for bestiality from some of her feminist music, which has been around for over two decades now. Rather than outwardly using sexual lyrics, she tends to include a lot of moaning and unique, suggestive sounds into her songs, which makes it easy for the listener to project their own sexual fantasies. You could even argue such sounds are more primal-sounding than anything else.

I wonder if that iconic swan dress she wore to the 2001 Oscars we all know and love alluded not only to her quirkiness, but also to her deep love for all of nature's wonders:


As for her current love life? Björk met her most recent long-term partner, Barney, in the 1990s, but the couple split after trying to make their relationship work in New York. Björk has a 14-year-old daughter, Isadora, and the two of them divide their time between New York and Björk's hometown of Reykjavik.

Despite losing her partner, Björk says of love, "I think the soulmate thing, for me, distributes over quite a lot of people."