— Isaac Asimov
- Interviewer: Do you consider yourself a feminist?
- Bjork: No.
- Interviewer: Why not?
- Bjork: Because I think it would isolate me. I think it's important to do positive stuff. It's more important to be asking than complaining.
- Interviewer: So you feel the term "feminism" is equated with complaining?
- Bjork: A lot, yes. You could probably call my mother a feminist, and I watched her isolate herself all her life from men, and therefore from society.
- Interviewer: You believe she isolated herself from men because of feminism?
- Bjork: Obviously, I can't take her as an example of all feminists, but I find for my generation, it's important to do things instead of just complaining that things are not right. It's important to collaborate with both males and females and to be positive.
— Fanny Ardant
— Vilhelm Moberg, Sverige – en demokratur? (Dagens Nyheter, 14 December 1965)