Steve Rogers isn’t a virgin, according to the Captain America writers.

The authors of Captain America: The First Avenger, Christopher Markus, and Stephen McFeely, don’t believe Steve Rogers, the eponymous Captain America, remained a virgin during the events of the 2011 Marvel Studios film.

Given Rogers’ “Boy Scout” attitude, the topic of whether or not he ever lost his virginity during his tenure in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been frequently posed by fans. Some people believe Rogers didn’t have sex until he came back in time to stay with Peggy Carter, while others believe he lost his virginity during his time as an Avenger.

Markus and McFeely shared their perspectives on the subject in an interview with Yahoo Entertainment. “I believe he has lost his virginity!” McFeely explained. “What makes people believe he’s a virgin?”

Rogers most certainly received some action during his USO tour, which debuted him as Captain America and saw him promote war bonds, according to McFeely. “I’ve got to think that [he lost his virginity] if you look like that and you’re traveling from city to city signing autographs for the likes of the females that he’s signing signatures for,” McFeely stated.

Following his victory over HYDRA agent Heinz Kruger, Rogers was selected to embody the American spirit throughout WWII. Rogers performed highly coordinated concerts with the Star-Spangled Singers, all while dressed in the colorful ensemble that would later become his Avengers outfit. Rogers delivered talks on the duty of the American people in the battle and demonstrated his power, much like John Walker did in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.

Steve Rogers isn't a virgin, according to the Captain America writers.
Steve Rogers isn’t a virgin, according to the Captain America writers.

On Rogers’ trip, Markus concurred with McFeely’s assessment. “And keep in mind that Steve Rogers isn’t a prude. It’s possible that he’ll be portrayed in that light on occasion. He’s a man who believes in right and wrong and all that, but he’s not in the choir. He served in World War II.”

All three Captain America films, Captain America: The First Avenger, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and Captain America: Civil War, as well as Thor: The Dark World and both Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, were written by McFeely and Markus.

While Rogers’ virginity loss in Captain America: The First Avenger isn’t canon, McFeely and Markus’ comments imply that the Avenger’s moral compass did not prevent him from having a romantic relationship during his leisure before his reunion with Peggy Carter.
Written By: Adersh Unni Krishnan


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