She looks like an Amazonian and is more in control of her transformation and also on her intellect even in the Hulk form, and that’s why She-Hulk is at contrast with the basic concept of “Hulk.” The character debuted in 1980, and while she was an introvert lawyer before a mafia-linked shooting incident, Jennifer Walters became a stunning yet notorious superhero. She has done numerous less than honorable things in the comic books, and yes you are spot on because this is exactly what you think.
She-Hulk and The Juggernaut (iconic X-Men villain) once wrecked a hotel room as they indulged in their..acts of pleasure.
Cain Marko aka The Juggernaut, was in the midst of a sporadic period of reformed heroism back then, when Chuck Austin had a terrible run with Uncanny X-Men. Therefore, it is not all that crazy to see Jen take a liking to the monstrous guy. She was known for her flirtations as She-Hulk, was hired as his defense lawyer, and that made their romp a bit unethical too, but, as we know, even She-Hulk needs to be loved.
Dan Slott later clarified about the happenings of Uncanny X-Men 435, stating that this was just a parallel universe She-Hulk and ensuring that Austin’s portrayal of the character in the narrative had no long-term impacts, other than some snide remarks from her friends and colleagues.
She-Hulk has been seen throughout her time as a sexually free character, and honestly, she is more lovable because of that, despite this being an outcome of her gamma-radiated blood.