I asked some gender issue related questions recently, among them if there is any truth to the perception that men are funnier than women and if women have more of a barrier to being successful in acting than men.
These questions were closed for being too subjective, however I don't think that is right.
It is true that these issues are subjective to a point, but it is also possible to quantify them in objective terms and discuss what may be indicated, or what we know now.
For example, the humor issue between men and women has been discussed a lot and some studied have been done, indicating that the issue is not inherently subjective. A discussion of the accuracy of the commonly held perception and seeing what data we have would be beneficial.
Likewise, for the acting question, we could look at the number of roles available to men and women, the types of roles, recognition by various bodies to see if there are any discrepancies. If it is equal, it would be harder to say that women have less opportunity than men.
For any subjective issue we can quantify it objectively and discuss what we know now or what the data may indicate. I would propose that this be the accepted way of dealing with questions that are too subjective, or editing them so that this approach is possible.