A wincest thought
I’m rewatching Sex And Violence, the episode where Dean’s Siren pretents to be his brother.
I’ve read countless wincest meta’s about this. I mean, it’s not a big step from the canon “I gave him what he needed, and it wasn’t some bitch in a g-string - it was you” to a sexual wincest headcanon. But I’ve just realized one further aspect in the episode, that never occured to me before, and that I don’t think I’ve ever read about.
Basically the whole episode, Dean acts like he’s in desperate need for sex. It comes up repeatedly.
-> The female doctor only has eyes for Sam. When they leave her office, Dean complains “Dude, you totally c-blocked me.”
-> Dean realizes, they have a case involving strippers.
Sam: “You seem pretty cheery.
Dean: "Strippers, Sammy. Strippers. We are on an actual case involving Strippers. Finally.”
-> Sam is trying to convince Dean that he has to babysit the other FBI agent, by going with him to the strip club.
Dean: “I’m not doing this for you, I’m doing it for the strippers!”
After Dean basically stating the whole episode that he is horny AF, you’d expect his siren to be a hot stripper, as it was for all the other guys.
Dean: “They all described the strippers the same way. The exact same way. ‘She was perfect. Everything I ever wanted.’
Yep, after Dean was horny all episode long, he got his 'perfect’ siren. He got 'everything he ever wanted’ all right.
It’s like they REALLY wanted to drive home that wincest headcanon. And not just the textual platonic wincest. They were practically putting up neon signs screaming: go nuts, wincest fandom!