Fans are determined to make Disney and Marvel pair up the Civil War Duo of Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes as lovers with #GiveCaptainAmericaABoyfriend.
Joe and Anthony Russo would have thought hard and long about the plot of Captain America Civil War and defending Bucky Barnes as a friend might have been a great storyline for this billion dollars hit blockbuster but they might not have thought that the romantic demands of the fans will go in an unexpected direction.
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The first part of Captain America gave us an iconic love story with Steve Rogers and Peggy Carter. The couple kept remembering their dance that they never had and it became obvious in the second part that they would never have the dance because unlike the Captain, Peggy aged and lived a life.
We hoped for a romantic relationship between Steve and Natasha aka Black Widow but that ship also sailed elsewhere when Natasha paired up with Bruce Banner. So the Russo brothers turned their attention to sparking the flame between Sharon Carter and Steve Rogers.
However, the chemistry between the two old best mates spoke more volumes to the fans and that is why, they are demanding a new romantic bond.
That is between Captain America and Winter Soldier. That’s right, after the fans pushed for making the Disney ice princess Elsa a lesbian by pairing her up with another female character, fans are now demanding the same for Cap. #GiveCaptainAmericaABoyfriend is the latest and the highest trend on Twitter in which fans are emphasizing that Cap should have a boyfriend and the number one contender for that is of course Bucky Barnes.
Along with the hashtag, fans have created animations, GIFs and artwork that show Steve and Bucky together. Many fans are supporting the hashtag.
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However, many of the fans are against ruining the dignity of the character who was not written as being homosexual. According to these fans, the LGBT community is forcing their way into everything and ruining the fandoms with their demands.