However, to counter a few of your "facts," I am not afraid fans may like Superman and Wonder Woman together. I am assuming there are many people who will like them together, but I also know that a more substantial number of fans, creators, and respected comics critics enjoy Lois and Clark together and believe the Superman/Lois/Clark romance is integral to the Superman myth. I've been a fan of Lois and Clark for 20 years. I'm used to waiting for them to get together; I'm used to Clark dating other women before falling completely for Lois. Believe it or not, I am willing to be patient. Contrary to your rude and inaccurate description of me of a "school girl" who enjoys drivel, I have written scores of essays featuring vetted academic content that speaks to the value and importance of the Lois/Clark relationship. You'll be pleased to know, I hope, that in the course of reading about their relationship throughout history, I have found that Superman has never married different women. In Kingdom Come and other Elseworlds, Lois was always Superman's first great love. Superman was married to Lois in Superman Beyond, for instance. He loved her deeply.
You say Superman is not defined by Lois Lane. I disagree. I believe, and history bears this out, that Lois has always been a significant part of Superman's mythology. From early comics to television to film, Lois and the triangle-for-two have been part of the fabric of Superman stories. To be honest, I'm taken aback by your shift to discussing the past. Are you not the same person who inaccurately chastised me for living in the past?
At this point, the repeated reframing and mischaracterization of Lois Lane fans' actual complaints to create more easily to dismiss straw men arguments suggests to me that some simply cannot deal with reality. The reality that Lois Lane is important, and has been so important for decades, that she has a passionate fan base who are willing and able to advocate for her character in spaces such as CBR. The reality that not everything in the New 52 is well-conceived or well-written. If you cannot address the actual comments being made, and resort to straw man arguments, then your position comes across as ignorant and rude. Stop it.