Twitter may have thought #givecaptainamericaaboyfriend and #giveelsaagirlfriend were fun distractions, but we took it very seriously -- we want to see these movie icons on our team! For starters, GLAAD called out Disney in its annual Studio Accountability Index for having exactly zero LGBT characters in its movies. Apparently, though, we're not the only ones so vested in the love lives of fictional characters. Here's our favorite social media longing:
Stephen Colbert's Late Show is already trying to guess who Cap's new boyfriend will be. Is there a Captain Brazil?
\u201cWhich lucky man should be Captain America's new boo? #GiveCaptainAmericaABoyfriend #LSSC\u201d
The day after #givecaptainamericaaboyfriend started trending, Marvel comics revealed Captain America to be an agent of the evil Hydra instead. The Nerdist replaces his instantly-infamous "Hail Hydra" with the sentence fans really wanted.
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