Captain America was not a virgin, just so you know (Picture: Marvel/Paramount)
Captain America fans have finally found out the answer to a major theory about the Marvel superhero and his virginity status.
For years, many have believed that the character Steve Rodgers (Chris Evans) had not lost his virginity before he became frozen in ice for over 60 years.
However, Captain America: The First Avenger writer Stephen McFeely crushed the theory once and for all in an interview with Yahoo.
‘I think he loses his virginity!’ he exclaimed, before adding: ‘Why do people think he’s a virgin?’
Going into further detail about when Cap might have done the deed during his USO tour, he continued: ‘If you look like that, and you’re going to city to city, and you’re signing autographs for the likes of the ladies that he’s signing the autographs for, I’ve got to imagine that [he lost his virginity]’.
Co-writer Christopher Markus also weighed in as he stated: ‘Steve Rogers isn’t a prude. He may be occasionally presented that way.
Fans had always wondered in Steve Rodgers lost his virginity before being frozen in ice for over 60 years (Picture: Marvel Studios)
‘He’s a guy that believes in right and wrong and all these things, but he’s not a choirboy. He’s a World War II veteran.’
So there you have it folks, Cap wasn’t a virgin when we watching along for all his appearance in the Marvel franchise.
Chris Evans had previously joked that his character was a virgin, but writers have crushed that fan theory (Picture: Marvel)
Indeed, fans had been worried Captain America would die a virgin back in 2018 as the world prepared for Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame.
At the time, even Chris Evans more or less agreed that his character in the films was a virgin.
In one interview with Entertainment Weekly he stated: ‘It’s funny when you think about it – he’s probably a virgin. He’s probably a virgin! I don’t know when it would’ve happened.’
Thankfully, Avengers: Endgame made it clear to all that Steve Rodgers got to enjoy the love he deserved in the end – and all that comes with it.
Credit: Original article published here.