There were very few things that Tony had or did that he didn't own - most of those things were mistakes admittedly, but there were some good things too. Steve was a good thing, and he wouldn't hide it. Them. Whatever. He'd always been pretty open about who he was even back on Earth, and there was simply no reason to do anything differently here. And anyway, they lived in a house together. It'd probably been obvious to everyone else before it had been to them.
"So far so good," he agreed mildly, with a tilt of his head in acknowledgement before he took another sip from his coffee -- only to find Steve reaching over to offer him a bit of flakey pastry.
He leaned forward to eat it directly out of Steve's hand all while trying not to put too much thought into the action. Yep. Totally normal and not publicly inappropriate at all.
"It's something else," he went on after humming out his approval over the croissant. "And useful. But instead of taking advantage of those powers, the humans here find fair ways to work along-side them. I'm willing to bet the pollution levels of this place are practically nothing." His eyes sort of crinkled at the sides when Steve offered to go check more out later. "Yeah. We can make an adventure of it." What a rare concept that was for the two of them.