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You might think Chris Evans just plays Captain America on the big screen but he also fights injustice wherever he sees it in the real world. Yes, Chris Evans is pretty much an actual superhero.

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We’re so lucky to live in a time where Chris Evans has Twitter and uses it for good, not evil. Over the past year, he’s taken down David Duke of the KKK and even called out actions made by President Trump. When he sees injustice, he takes a stand. Just look at some of these gems.

Here’s Chris telling David Duke (who has since been suspended from Twitter) that love is stronger than hate. Wow, did Chris just somehow get even *more* attractive?

Chris also took a second to voice his support for the LGBTQ community after the Trump administration sent out a letter rescinding transgender bathroom freedoms.

But what if stating his beliefs loses him fans — or even upcoming roles? According to Chris, he’s willing to take that risk for what he believes in. Talking to Esquire in a recent interview, Chris explains:

Captain America will next appear in Avengers: Infinity War which will be in theaters on May 4, 2018. Until then, Chris will probably keep fighting the good fight on Twitter and standing against injustice. And we’ll keep loving him for it!