No bc where in the loki series exactly did loki explore his genderfluidity? Not one moment did I see them talking about it, exploring it or actually showing it lol, u know why that is? Bc the mcu's cis writers do not know what genderfluidity is in the first place lmfao (and also just bc the mcu's usual homophobic/fluidphobic history of trying to appease their intolerant audiences so they just made loki male presenting). They gave a quick peek of what lokis SEX was under his info and just labeled it "fluid" when we're talking about genderfluidity not biological sex. And that's why folks we need trans/gfluid writers that know wtf they're talking about. Not cis ones.