Marvel Confirms When Chris Evans’ Captain America Lost His Virginity

Marvel Confirms When Chris Evans’ Captain America Lost His Virginity

The love lives of the biggest heroes have always been a major player in the superhero genre, and that has always been represented in the MCU. Spider-Man has MJ, Tony Stark has Pepper Potts, Thor has Jane Foster, and Captain America has Peggy Carter, but the road to get him to the love of his life was anything but smooth. After Steve Rogers found himself frozen in ice and fast-forwarded to the present, the legendary hero lost out on his chance to get the dance he had been waiting for with Carter. During his 12-year tenure in the 21st century, Rogers’ only known romantic encounter before returning to the past. But that has left many to question whether Rogers ever lost his virginity before going back to live out his days with Peggy, and that topic has particularly come back to light with the arrival of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. Not only did a clip from the series see Jennifer Walters questioning Bruce Banner on the raunchy topic, but head writer Jessica Gao revealed she was given the true answer. Now, Marvel finally revealed when Steve Rogers lost his virginity during the series premiere of She-Hulk​​​​​​. When Did Captain America Lose His Virginity? During the premiere episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, Captain America’s virginity status proved to be a common topic of conversation between Bruce Banner and Jennifer Walters. Prior to the car accident that led Walters to absorb Banner’s gamma-infused blood, the She-Hulk-to-be proposed that “Captain America was a virgin.” Walters noted that, as per the History channel, Steve Rogers didn’t have a girlfriend before being frozen in ice, and proved to be “pretty busy” after coming out as he went from “world-threatening disaster to world-threatening disaster.” Despite this debate cutting short, a post-credit scene finally answered the question of Rogers’ virginity status during a drunken conversation between the Hulks. Banner revealed Rogers “lost his virginity to a girl in 1943 on the USO tour,” leading Walters to expose that she was sober the whole time and declare “Captain America f***s,” with the episode cutting before the cuss finished: Captain America trilogy writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely recently offered their own opinion on the matter in an interview with Yahoo Entertainment’s Kevin Polowy. McFeely was always certain that “if you look like that” and are “going city to city” signing autographs as he was in The First Avenger’s USO tour, then it would surely happen:

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