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Captain America screenwriters answer if he’s a virgin

As ‘Captain America: The First Avenger’ celebrates its 10th anniversary, an age-old debate continues to plague the minds of Marvel fans: Is Cap a virgin?

Yes, despite the endless stream of MCU questions circulating, the writers of the movie that introduced us to the character, Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus, have had to answer this question. They did so during a chat with Kevin Polowy for Yahoo.

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I think she loses her virginity! Why do people think she is a virgin? I think if you look like this and you go from city to city, you’re signing autographs, and the women he signs autographs for, I have to imagine that … The thing to remember is that Steve Rogers is not a prude. Occasionally you may be presented that way. He’s a guy who believes in right and wrong and all of these things. But he’s not a choir boy, he’s a World War II veteran.

Well, debate resolved … Or not.

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For his part, Chris Evans was asked by EW in 2015 about this inordinate interest in his character’s love life and opposed his screenwriters.

It’s funny when you think about it, she’s probably a virgin. Otherwise I don’t know when it would have happened. I was on tour during WWII. That’s true. Maybe one of those dancers caught your eye. He’s probably a nice guy. He was probably being resisted by Peggy Carter and is a bit more dated in that regard. There are many things that I think are gigantic conflicts, but they are also very personal conflicts. He’s a very human guy. That’s why I like it.

‘Captain America 4’ has been officially confirmed but we do not think it will remove us from doubts about whether Cap had something with someone before returning to the past with Peggy Carter.

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