I had a subjective question that I was pretty sure would get closed, and it did. Before I wrote this question I debated with myself for quite a while before asking it for a few reasons. I highly respect the Stack Exchange network and I didn't want to get my question closed for violating the standards and guidelines of questions. I also wrote and re-wrote my question several times trying to get the wording right to follow the six guidelines of subjective questions, which I failed.
Still things didn't seem right, so I decided to ask the meta site where I should ask a subjective question. Thank you to a very helpful answer I was able to understand the reasons why my wording was poor and why my question was closed. However, in my meta question I also asked
"if there is not an appropriate stackexchange site, where is a good forum that I can ask that sort of question that has the maturity and popularity of the stackexchange sites so that I can get a quality response?"
Thank you to Jeff Atwood's comment, which I agree and kind of thought might be the case before I submitted the question in the first place, that the best place would have been to ask this outside of the stackexchange network.
So, my question is, where is a good place to go outside of the stackexchange network where I can ask this very subjective question (probably with better wording as suggested by the answers to my meta question) but still be reaching the maturity and quality of the stackexchange community?