I appreciate that spoiler markup is important for users who are worried about spoilers, but I can also say that, especially on the mobile SE platform, I find it annoying to constantly click "Show Spoiler". I am almost never worried about spoilers in the body of an SFF.SE question I choose to click on, and I imagine there are many other users who feel the sameway.
TV Tropes has resolved the tension between users who are annoyed by spoiler markup by allowing them to select an option in their profile to show spoilers by default, thus making the massive amounts of time wasted on that website slightly more pleasurable for people who don't care about spoilers.
I would like to see such an option implemented here, but I know very little about coding, or how the SE platform works, which leads me to ask the question:
Is it feasible to allow users to have an option that would ignore text marked up as a spoiler, and show it as regular body text instead? (By feasible, I mean could such a feature be easily integrated into the SE platform?)
Provided the technical challenge is minimal (which may be a big IF), are there any reasons NOT to provide this option?