Would it be appropriate for a querent to ask for answers from other users with similar backgrounds? Or to ask for answers from a specific set of users?
I would prefer answers from a woman/man's perspective.
Looking for answers from people who've actually done this thing personally.
While I value different perspectives, I'd rather have answers from other LGBT+ folks.
Please don't answer if you've never raised children.
I realize that there's a few gotchas in this. We can't verify that people are who they say they are online. We should probably be careful in how these requests are worded. And so on...
But it seems like some questions are much better served by answers from people who've actually lived through the experience being asked about. And sometimes those answers, get buried in a heap of popular, but not useful or informed answers, particularly on questions asked from a minority perspective.
I'm not thinking about being punitive about it, not necessarily deleting answers that don't come from the perspective asked for, at this point.