>>97720637>>>97720625>>if they do intergrate them just nix the racism angle entirely since it wouldn't work in the greater MCU.>Sure it would.
Of the people that normal humans like:
Thor's an alien. Captain America is a war hero who got his powers from Uncle Sam. Iron Man, War Machine, Falcon... all three get their "powers" from technology. Hawkeye and Black Widow are (as far as the public knows) normal humans. Vision - he's a robot (and people might not know about him).
People that normal humans hate:
Hulk - flattens cities. Scarlet Witch - blows up hospitals. Spider-man (assuming J. Jonah Jameson has started his crusade) - well... he's kinda spidery, and a lot of people hate spiders. Winter Soldier - blows up UN conferences.
People normal humans don't know about:
Doctor Strange. Ant-Man. Guardians of the Galaxy.
The ones that regular people are more likely to hate are the ones who are most likely to be filthy muties (excepting WS, of course). It's a lot different to think "Some day my kid might grow up and pilot a high tech battle suit" than to think "Some day, my kid might have blue fur and a tail." Hell, a lot of people get abortions if they find out the kid will have a genetic defect... you want to add in the fact that the kid might open his eyes and blow the roof off the hospital. Or when little Jeanie starts getting boobies that suddenly she'll be able to read your mind? I'm not saying it's right, but you can understand where the distinction would come from for a lot of people. Most publicly known non-mutant superheros in the Marvel Universe get their powers in unusual situations that most people will never encounter... like getting bombarded by cosmic rays while in outer space... even then, a lot of people are repulsed by the Thing... without the good PR the FF got early on, they'd be just as feared and hated as the X-Men. Hell... the Human Torch has fought along side the X-Men many times over the years, and still referred to them as "evil."