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It’s that moral clarity that makes Rogers, even when he’s a scrawny weakling, so compelling.
When he’s given what many people would see as the dream – a body that’s literally the peak of human performance – he maintains that moral stance.
By all rights, he meets almost , is defined by violence.
He’s a super-soldier, with the emphasis on “soldier”, having been at the forefront of America’s war against the Nazis in World War II. His first instinct is to throw himself into harm’s way in order to save others, regardless of whether he’ll survive or not.
It often ties into a belief that previous generations had it right and that ours has lost its way, as well as providing comfortable, distinct sign posts and guides for behavior.
Ironically enough, however, this man from the past is a beacon for being a man For a man born in the 20s and raised in the 30s, Rogers is actually an excellent example of what non-toxic masculinity in the modern day.
He thinks outside the box, he sympathizes with the underdog and he never, gives up.And that responsibility is to help those who can’t help themselves, not to prove how butch he is by pounding some dude’s face into goo. Once by Private Lorraine, once by Peggy Carter and once by Natasha Romanova. I mean, are you seriously going to look at someone who can quite literally command a and say that because he’s never entered the holiest of holies (or ridden the baloney pony, for that matter) he’s less of a man for it? It doesn’t mean that he’s any less of a man because you can count the number of girlfriend’s he’s had on the fingers of one foot because it’s not a measure of his worth…But it’s not Steve’s restraint or resistance to violence that makes him an example of positive masculinity. In fact, we know how much sexual experience Steve’s had. It’s almost as though his sexual experience has absolutely nothing to do with his masculinity… and that’s something that’s been part of his personality since the beginning.He quite literally threw himself on a grenade in order to save his unit during basic training.When it became clear that the only way to save the US from the Red Skull’s super-weapon, he rode that sucker into the ground in order to make sure that nobody else would get hurt.