\Scause for applause
Let's note something else - since the episode, no characters have made an explicit positive comment on Tweek and Craig's relationship, and they were even somewhat derided by Butters in "Weiners Out". They are under far less attention than they were in their debut episode, yet they have made no complaints about their status nor sought to break up. At the very least, they don't seem bothered by continuing the charade. They don't seem miserable.
Also note that Matt and Trey do go out of their way to clarify that Kyle and Cartman are not gay in the commentary for "Imaginationland: The Movie" - this is important for two reasons. Number one, it didn't stop any shipping, and number two, Matt and Trey were willing to speak up to clarify. They didn't do that here.
More importantly in my mind - whether or not these characters are wired to react to certain triggers to experience a certain kind of physical reaction, the only biological methodolgy, they are in a homosexual relationship, and that's all that should really matter.
Of course, the yaoi fans will still ship them even if they turn out perfectly straight, since it's not reality that drives that fan base, but fantasy.
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