‘She-Hulk’ Writer Teases Marvel Series Is ‘Very Sex-Positive’

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is venturing into NSFW territory with its latest Disney+ series. She-Hulk: Lawyer begins by talking about the sex life of one of the original six Avengers, much to the delight of fans. And according to the show’s creator, She-Hulk will continue to explore the “exciting” side of the MCU.

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‘She-Hulk’ Creator Explains How The Show Tackles Sex

During an interview with Entertainment Weekly, She-Hulk: Lawyer Creator and head writer Jessica Gao spoke about the series’ sexual approach.

“I’ve said many times that we’re a very exciting show,” Gao said. “We’re all very sex-positive, and so this is a very sex-positive show. And we don’t want it to feel like a taboo, because this show is meant to be a comprehensive and realistic portrayal of the lives of women. ‘a woman – a single woman in her 30s – and sex is part of everybody’s life. It’s basic biology.

She continued, “It’s a very normal and healthy part of human beings. We didn’t want to feel like we were painting a picture of that woman’s life, but not that part of it.

“In the Marvel movies, they have other things to worry about – they’re trying to save the world, they’re trying to save the fate of humanity, so there’s not a lot of time to be like, ‘But also , what happens in applications?’ for them,” Gao explained. “But on our show, because it’s showing his daily life, the universe isn’t at stake, so that’s something we really wanted to make sure we focused on. The entire show isn’t just about her dating, but it’s an aspect of her life.

Fans should expect to see and hear a lot about Jennifer Walters’ sex life in She-Hulk: Lawyer. Although she sometimes turns into a giant green monster, Jen is just like any other single woman in her 30s.

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Cast Reveals ‘She-Hulk’ Is ‘The Most Exciting Marvel Series Yet’

Speaking with Entertainment Weekly, the She-Hulk: Lawyer The cast talked about the show’s openness to sex.

“Jesica [Gao] and I always talk about how the times Jen gets horny are our favorite things,” Tatiana Maslany shared. “I also had a friend who said he’d never had a relationship with a superhero until he saw She-Hulk getting horny for fries in the trailer, and I was like, ‘Yeah, same .'”

Ginger Gonzaga added, “I had no idea this would be the most exciting Marvel show yet. But I’m honored to be on a show that speaks volumes about women in society and self-awareness; that’s just perfect. You don’t see superheroes doing the awkward parts of being a person, like seeing if someone will like you. Good God, is there anything worse? That’s fun to watch this.

She continued: “It’s such a weird part of human life, trying to find a partnership. It’s so embarrassing, and it’s endlessly funny, especially when the person is 6’2” and green.

‘She-Hulk’s’ First Post-Credit Scene Is About Sex

The MCU is known for its post-credits scenes, and She-HulkThe first stays true to its comic tone by evoking the sex life of Steve Rogers.

During the first episode, Jennifer presents her theory that Captain America was a virgin while in the car with her cousin Bruce Banner. Bruce, who of course was Cap’s friend, was hesitant to share personal details.

But in the post-credits scene, when he believes Jennifer is drunk, Bruce admits that Steve lost his virginity in 1943 during the USO tour. Jennifer, who is actually sober, famous and says, “Yeah! I knew it! Captain America p—!”

She-Hulk: Lawyer airs Thursdays on Disney+.

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