Back off, @FilmClickbait! This isn't what you think!
When Guardians of the Galaxy star Dave Bautista was thanked on Twitter for his support of LGBT rights, not in a specific instance, but in general…
I want to thank @DaveBautista for being a LGBT supporter and defender. It's important, esp for younger gen, to see that. A true Guardian!
— David J (@arlowe007) June 6, 2017
…the former WWE wrestler appreciated the acknowledgement, though he didn't want thanks, and had a special message for anyone that has a problem with that:
Obviously no thnx necessary but I appreciate the acknowledgement. Proud son of a lesbian and anyone who has issue w/ that can suck my balls😊 https://t.co/gHYC9puexP
— Dave Bautista (@DaveBautista) June 6, 2017
Our immediate reaction was to draft up the headline: "Guardians Of The Galaxy Star Dave Bautista To Anti-LGBTQ People: Suck My Balls." Unfortunately, our editors informed us that under no circumstances could we put the phrase "suck my balls" into a headline, as this would likely result in Bleeding Cool ranking as highly in google searches for "ball sucking" as we already do for the question "how long should a bare bottom spanking last," which would subsequently result in Google penalizing us (possibly with a bare bottom spanking, lasting exactly 37 minutes). On the other hand, passing up the opportunity to write an article about Guardians of the Galaxy star Dave Baustista supporting LGBTQ issues would be akin to failing to write about the time that Guardians of the Galaxy star Dave Bautista wanted everyone to know that there's nothing "weird" about Guardians of the Galaxy star Dave Bautista getting into a sauna with three men to remove his makeup after portraying Drax in Guardians of the Galaxy. And so, a compromise needed to be made, and we ended up with the clickbait headline above as a matter of necessity.