And this is after billions pleaded for Elsa to have a girlfriend in Frozen 2. Important stuff, people! http://my.xfinity.com/articles/entertainment-eonline/20160524/b767498/?cid=featuredent_media_CapAm A week after Disney fans rallied for the powers that be give Elsa a girlfriend in Frozen 2 , a similar campaign has caught fire on Twitter. Marvel lovers are now making it clear that they want Steve Rogers (played by Chris Evans in the MCU) to get the love he truly deserves. And no, we're not talking about Agent 13, though they did share a kiss in Captain America: Civil War. Fans are throwing their support behind the #GiveCaptainAmericaABoyfriend campaign on Twitter, because in a world of aliens, gods and Paul Rudd looking the same age for the past 25 years, is it that weird to give Steve Rogers a same-sex love interest? Did You Catch the Arrested Development Easter Egg in Captain America: Civil War? It's true in the past films that Steve has had romantic tangling's with Peggy Carter ( Hayley Atwell), her niece ( Emily VanCamp) and Natalie Dormer 's character, so he's always appeared to prefer women. But this #GiveCaptainAmericaaBoyfriend push is certainly intriguing, though we all know Cap already has a boyfriend, right? Bucky Barnes, played by Sebastian Stan, duh! You can't watch three Captain America movies and not see the obvious love between those two characters. Steve is willing to fight the entire world and half of the Avengers to save his friend in Civil War, and he's risked his life how many times for his pal Bucky? 20 Burning Questions You'll Have After Watching Captain America: Civil War, Marvel's Best Movie Yet "Stucky" is one of the most popular ships on the Internet, so that's how you know it's real. How else can you explain every other tweet and Tumblr post about Captain America containing an ode to his relationship with Bucky? And Evans, who plays the man behind the shield, isn't opposed to the idea of a romance between Bucky and Steve. "That wouldn't be so bad," he told Flickering Myth . "It's just never been part of my approach to the character. My subtext didn't involve that dynamic. I think even with the first Captain America film you see how drawn he is to Peggy Carter...I thought I put all that in the final scene, but maybe I didn't. Maybe I was just gazing at Sebastian too much." We'll stop shipping Stucky when you stop gazing at Sebastian with hearts in your eyes, Chris.