I am. You are looking at this through biased glasses.
I'm not looking at it through liberal tinted glasses. I haven't even stated if I personally like the show or not. I just corrected your grossly misinformed points. The fact you've somehow come to this conclusion shows how heavily biased you are.
You either willfully ignored facts, or chose to interpret those scenes, the way you wanted. Factually speaking, my points stand. Peralta's partner is in fact Amy. Not Boyle. Amy is repeatedly shown as a nerd/book worm, who needs an entire episode just to compose herself enough to sit a sergeants exam.
Gina's point, I'll leave open to interpretation. That one does fall to a matter of opinion.
The victim complex argument has no facts to back it up either. 1 episode exists where Terry's colour is used. The episode of racial profiling. In the latest season Holt's homosexuality has been front and centre in his run for commissioner, but before that, it was never more than a passing line, and he having a husband.
My point still stands factually on the two fat partners too. They are repeatedly shown as people who were great detectives, and can still be when needed, but became lazy.
Those are the facts. If you want my opinion on the show, since that's all your trying to debate with. I think it's an okay show. It handles a larger cast better than shows like Friends did. I think it's over hyped, but it handles sensitive issues well, and gives enough spotlight to each character.