It’s an amazing thing to have queer representation, and Supernatural has done an amazing job with Charlie Bradbury, played by Felicia Day. GLAAD chose to recognize her with a nom for “Outstanding Individual Episode (in a series without a regular LGBT character).”
The Supernatural nod comes courtesy of the episode “LARP and the Real Girl,” which featured the return of lesbian/computer hacker/LARP goddess Charlie, played by Day. I stopped watching Supernatural a ways back, but what I’ve heard about Charlie is that she’s refreshingly non-sexualized compared to other shows, which all too often present lesbians as objects of sexual titillation for men.
That she is. Charlie is multi-faceted, funny, intelligent, smart, and caring about the Winchester boys. She also has her ups and downs, just like any good character should. Hopefully we’ll see more of her in episodes to come.
Source: The Mary Sue