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She-Hulk confirms that everyone is inquisitive about Captain America's love life

In the series premiere of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, Jen Walter confronts her cousin Bruce Banner about Captain America's love life or lack thereof.

She-Hulk confirms that everyone is inquisitive about Captain America's love life

The following article contains spoilers from She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, Season 1, Episode 1, "A Normal Amount of Rage" on Disney+.

Captain America directed by Chris Evans may have disappeared from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but neither the fans nor the characters themselves are done with it. In the first episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, even the Avengers' friends, and family have questions about Steve Rogers' sexuality.

If anyone is responsible for this magic, it's Scarlett Johansson's Natasha Romanoff, specifically during Captain America: The Winter Soldier. While escaping from HYDRA/S.H.I.E.L.D. goons, Nat helps them hide in the crowd by kissing Steve as they ride the escalator. Later, while driving to the base where Captain America was "born," Nat asked Steve if this was his first kiss since World War II. Excited viewers know that just before boarding the Red Skull plane, Steve and Hayley Atwell's Peggy Carter shared one last kiss. (With the great Tommy Lee Jones marking that moment with the line, "I don't kiss you.") However, the real question on everyone's minds is kissing less and more about something a little more TV-MA.

In the years since The Winter Soldier came out, Captain America's love life has always been of interest to fans (and apparently future She-Hulk, too). Steve Rogers was alive in the 1940s, a much more sexually repressed time than it is today. A physical relationship with someone before marriage was a social bane at the time. Also, knowing that Steve was very lucky in love before the Super-Soldier Serum, it's not inconceivable that he was still a virgin when he went on the ice. However, Tatiana Maslani's Jane Walters is not just as curious as the rest of the fans, she's in a position to get answers from Steve Bruce Banner's friend, played by Mark Ruffalo.

In a previously released clip of the series debuting on Disney+, we see Jen and rude Bruce riding in a car talking about whether or not Steve did Vibranium Tango. Jen also lays out a very compelling timeline suggesting that Captain America never really shone with his stars until he went back in time at the end of Avengers: Endgame. Jane notes that Steve didn't have a girlfriend when he went on the ice. Then, he wakes up in the future and deals with one "world-threatening catastrophe" after another, while also being a "fugitive from the law". Thus, since that was too much for anyone to deal with, he didn't really have the time to do it all day.

As the released clip shows, Bruce isn't really responding because the spaceship, which looks like it came from Sakar, crashes their car. Only later in the episode, after the credits actually, do we get our final answer. Jane's schedule was wrong because she said Captain America was "rushed to the front lines". However, fans of Captain America: The First Avenger know that he hasn't rushed to the front. In fact, he spent anywhere from a year to 18 months touring the country selling war bonds. He was joined by The Star-Spangled Singers, an all-female singing and dancing group. Marvel fans and theater kids alike have speculated that Steve may have enjoyed some nude rehearsals with one (or more) of the dancers, though there is no overt evidence in the movie itself. However, while drinking with Jane at the bar that he and Tony built in Hulk's retreat, Bruce confirms this theory. Steve Rogers did not enter the second act of his movie while he was still a virgin

The MCU films haven't spent much time in the romantic lives of any character, even when said stories are such an integral part of the plot. That the movies didn't spend much time on women in Steve Rogers' unnamed "Carter" life isn't really a surprise considering how many other things he had to do. However, for those fans who care, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law finally makes it clear that Captain America isn't a virgin.

"Find out what other gossip secrets you can learn about OG Avengers in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, which debuted in new episodes Thursday on Disney+."

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