Skye Wheatley issues an apology for her 'triggering' sex joke.
After making a stunning remark about her sex life, a Gold Coast influencer has apologized for her "poor choice of phrase."
A Gold Coast influencer has apologized for her "bad choice of language" after joking that she "won't take no for an answer" when it comes to having sex with her boyfriend.
Skye Wheatley gained notoriety during her appearance on Big Brother's 2014 season.
She has subsequently established herself as a prominent influencer and YouTuber, amassing over a million followers across all of her social media channels.
Skye and her longterm boyfriend Lachlan Waugh also have two sons, Forest and Bear.
Skye participated in a question-and-answer session on her Instagram earlier this week, in which she responded to a follower's question: "What is more dominant in bed?"
Skye responded, "Hahaha but only when he's angry and declares he's not going to have sex (sic.)"
She said, "Ain't nobody telling me no... If I want sessi time (sic), I am not going to take no for an answer.”
Skye also included a poll in which she asked her followers if they "could identify," with the option of "100%" or "I feel rejected."
Skye's response was quickly screenshotted and shared online, with feminist and author Clementine Ford among those who condemned her "harmful" remarks.
“One of the patriarchy's most heinous legacies is the assumption that males cannot be victims of sexual assault or coercion when the offender is a woman,” Ford said on Instagram.
Others on Twitter called Skye's statements "disgusting" and "f**ked."
“Are you sure you're not raping? How does Skye Wheatley maintain a platform when she posts such heinous things? This makes me nauseous," one user tweeted.
Skye expresses sincere regret for her 'triggering' statements.
Skye has subsequently apologized for her comments on Instagram, calling them a "bad choice of phrase."
The mother of two stated that she and Lachlan enjoy a "balanced sexual life" and "engage in consensual sex."
“I have never been in a scenario with Lachlan where he did not want to do something sexually, or vice versa,” Skye wrote.
“I have never manipulated any man or woman into having sex with me.”
Skye expressed regret for the words and expressed a desire to be "less impulsive and more mindful before posting."
“I recognize that my statements were highly insensitive and hurtful, and I apologize profusely,” she added.
Skye has also been contacted by News.com.au for comment.