Courage changes that over time. The evidence is already there. Room aplenty between adapting to the two mediums. I found the treatment a bit interesting anyway. I guess one question that has to be asked is: Go in that direction. As an adult, she joins the Marines to please her father, but is eventually outed as a lesbian and is dishonorably discharged.
And yes when I say LGbTQ I mean everything; gay, lesbian, bisexual, non-binary, genderfluid, asexual, Transgender, pansexual, polysexual.
Years later, when they're reunited, Montoya is already working with The Question to protect Gotham from Intergang. I agree that the X-Men are a repressed minority to begin with, and available to identify with, anyway. There are so many choices, all of which would make the MCU more inclusive and would introduce an incredibly powerful superhero for LGBTQ kids to admire. No, no, emphatic no!
Give her a queer love interest.