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==Spoilers==
This site remains free of spoilers for the show up until the time of first broadcast, with the exception of episode titles. The exception would be an event in an episode that receives wide media coverage ahead of the broadcast - for example [[13.16 Scoobynatural]]. Please be aware that entries related to early seasons may contain references to later episodes that may be considered spoilery for the earlier episode.
==Sex==
There is very little onscreen sex in ''Supernatural'', and it is generally brief and not explicit. You can find a full list at [[Sexual Encounters]], which covers those of [[Sam]], [[Dean]], [[Castiel]] , and [[Crowley]]. Interestingly , in the episode [[1.13 Route 666]] , ''Supernatural'' editor Anthony Pinker reported "The violence we don't get a lot of notes on." For that episode though, "... The note I got from the network was 'The girl can't be on top.'"<sup>(cit.[[S1Com]], p. 77)</sup> The use of [[Porn|pornography]] is not infrequently mentioned.
The Super Wiki contains sexual content related to the show as well as documenting and discussing sex in fanworks. This does include [[Wincest]] -- which is the fandom [[Ships|ship]] that focuses on romantic and sexual relationships between the members of the Winchester family.
When following links offsite to fanworks, particularly fanfic, please heed the author notes, warnings , and ratings on the stories.
==Religion==
Much of the mythology of ''Supernatural'' draws on religious lore, particularly from the Abrahamic religions, although it is often altered from accepted canon. [[:category:Deities|DietiesDeities]] and stories from many other religions including Hindi, pagan, Wicca , and Greek and Norse mythology also appear.
Representations of paganism and Wicca in ''Supernatural'' have been criticized [https://ladygeekgirl.wordpress.com/2014/10/12/oh-my-pop-culture-religion-christianity-and-wiccapaganism-in-pop-culture/ as portraying the followers and deities] as evil and violent. The depiction of the Hindu gods [[Ganesh]] and [[Kali]] in [[5.19 Hammer of the Gods]] were deemed highly offensive by the [https://www.hindujagruti.org/news/9244.html President of the Universal Hindu Society.]
==Violence==
''Supernatural'' features gory deaths of both human and supernatural characters by a variety of means in most episodes. Guns and knivesare commonly used, as well as other weapons are commonly used. Blood, human organs, as well as and dead and dismembered bodies are frequently seen. That content is reflected in the content of the Super Wiki.
==Sexual Violence==
While never explicitly stated, it is strongly suggested that sexual violence and rape are tools of torture in [[Hell]]. On a number of occasions Dean makes veiled references to it and [[Lucifer]] strongly infers that he sexually abused Sam while he was in [[Lucifer's Cage]].
There are broader issues related to dubious or non-consensual acts throughout the show , particularly related to the possession of humans by both [[angels]] and [[demons]], Sam's "body swap" experience in [[5.12 Swap Meat]], and the use of "love spells" in [[4.08 Wishful Thinking]] and [[7.08 Season Seven, Time for a Wedding!]].
There are number of fan essays written on these topics linked on the [[Meta Essays]] entry.
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