❝Romantic relationships, their potential and development (so the fact that one is not canon yet should not be a problem, if its potential exist, if the logic of it is simply a question of interpretation and if it is definitely clear that the characters do care about each other greatly, the canonization is just a step not an absolute erasing rule), is an integral part of a story. It is not superficial and stupid like our unfortunately misogynistic societies are trying to make us believe.
Especially in a show like Supernatural - and I don’t believe that we have to say this - since everything began because of love : familial AND romantic love : with Mary losing both her parents and her boyfriend, then John losing his wife, Sam losing Jess, but also most hunters become hunters because they lost a loved one. And it’s the same for the angels who got lost as soon as they lost their love and devotion for god. Even the monsters and Eve can be moved by that emotion. The whole show is constructed around sad love stories people !
Love is what moves human beings into the craziest decisions. Romantic love especially is also what gives the best kind of hope and bravery. I find it totally insane that the “heroes” of an action/fantasy/etc show can’t have that stability and bit of happiness to help them keep fighting efficiently, what usually is a given in any other fictions."