IMO, subjective experiences are objective to the one experiencing them
You, my friend, are a destroyer of words. Really. This is mush.
They only become subjective when the person attempts to explain, relate, or demonstrate them
To put it another way, it is possible to ideate that which one cannot communicate.To put it another way, it is possible to ideate that which one cannot communicate.
Careful! You'll be accused of being pedantic!
We have to slowly chip away at it by offering each other synonymous words with different connotations until she is satisfied that the finished product represents what she was actually thinking.
So, we have to be married, then, for you to play by reasonable standards?
This was one of the related points of the bee sting analogy. The one who experienced it needs no clinical proof. This person has all the evidence they need, it is incontrovertibly proven as far as they are concerned. It is actual.
I feel like I'm in Wonderland with Alice, sometimes! Do words mean what you want them to mean however you may choose? Or, should they perhaps be the same for the rest of us too? Read what you said. The famous bee sting anlogy wants to have it both ways simultaneously. It is muddled and bungled. The very fact of the sting is not an opinion and cannot be. Can't you see that? It is actual and factual from the getgo--you can't use it to demonstrate your point about subjectivity. It doesn't work. Flunk.
Science tries to remove the influence of the observer to the extent possible. Thus double-blind studies. But we don't live day-to-day in a laboratory and I, for one, refuse to yield my concept that reality exists outside the laboratory. This concept, if you agree with it, compels acceptance that the rules of the laboratory do not apply outside the laboratory. And, in my opinion, that ought to compel tolerance.
Oh fiddle faddle! Is there no middle ground for you? Can't you be dragged kicking and screaming into using words as to how they actually are defined? Or, is everything whatever your whim dictates? No compromise on maybe agreeing on a definition before debate? That's how the professionals play.