The Breakdown of Hunters in Supernatural
Season One: Ten hunters appear or are mentioned. All but one, Missouri, are male and of the ones we see, only one is non-white, again, Missouri.
Season two: In this season nine hunters appear. Of them, eight appear on screen. Again, only one is non-white, and EVIL, Gordon Walker, and only two, Ellen and Jo, are female.
Season Three: So far, the most diverse season. Ten hunters appear. Half are of colour. Only one is female.
Season Four: Thirteen hunters are mentioned, only eleven appear. None are non-white, four are female.
Season Five: Thirteen hunters appear. None are non-white. Three are female.
Season Six: Thirteen hunters appear. We see ten of them. None of the ones we see are non-white, one is female.
Season Seven: Eleven hunters appear. None are non-white. Three are female.
Grand total, there were seven non-white hunters, twelve female hunters. Subtracting all of the multiples of appearances, forty-one hunter total appear.
Why is this a problem?
Well, simple. Twenty-seven point six percent of the population is non-white, which one would expect to be mirrored in the hunter population, but, in fact, only seventeen percent of the hunter population is non-white. And the sex ratio is roughly fifty/fifty, but in Supernatural it’s 29/71.