The outspoken Bjork is using the final days of 2016 to call out journalists for what she is calling “sexism” in the media.

The iconic Icelandic singer took to Facebook on Wednesday, penning a lengthy address on the subject matter. “As you know the majority of my career i havent moaned about sexism and just got on w it,” she begins her statement. “but im feeling there is an enormous positive current in the sky , a flow w possible changes…so i wanted to mention one thing.”

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Sexism, a subject which has captured the media landscape across many sectors this, is a topic that people should never “let slide,” she says. “I think this is sexism,” she continues. “which at the end of this tumultuous year is something im not going to let slide : because we all deserve maximum changes in this revolutionary energy we are currently in the midst of.”

Bjork adds: “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.”

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“Journalists feel there is just something missing … as if our only lingo is emo,” the 51-year-old added.