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So much angst, so much love.

We asked the BuzzFeed Community to share their absolute favorite queer non-canon couple to ship — and the responses came quickly.

We asked the BuzzFeed Community to share their absolute favorite queer non-canon couple to ship — and the responses came quickly.

Here are the ships that sometimes hurt to love:

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Dean and Cas from Supernatural

Dean and Cas from Supernatural

“Honestly, the fact that the show has blatantly teased it for nearly TEN DAMN YEARS and STILL say Dean and Cas are 'just friends' has become insulting to me as a fan of the show. The storyline and chemistry are all there, and while it might have been a ratings risk to make them canon in 2008, it sure as hell isnt now.

Dean and Cas could go down as one of the most epic 'star-crossed lovers' storylines to ever be shown on TV, if the CW would just let it happen already!”

—Danielle Canga, Facebook

“I actually can't even begin to describe Dean and Cas' relationship because its too painful and beautiful. I've gotten a lot of shit from homophobic members of the spn fandom about how I'm delusional for shipping them, or how I'm gross for seeing their love as romantic. Their story literally spans a decade so I can't condense it for this, but I've never felt this strongly for two fictional dudes in love. It's so frustrating but I really think it's leading somewhere soon.”

—Amy Branchaud, Facebook

The CW

Rachel Berry and Quinn Fabray from Glee

Rachel Berry and Quinn Fabray from Glee

“There was so much chemistry and even Ryan Murphy treating this ship poorly and basically openly mocking it in the end didn't change that.”

—Tobias Mühlbauer, Facebook

“I've always been a fan of Rachel and Quinn from Glee, but of course, many love triangles could be resolved by the girls ditching the guy to be with each other instead.”

—Katie Fairchild, Facebook

FOX


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