Go to the main site, click on "Questions" at the top, then click on "Votes" to the right of the large "All Questions" text, which is under the "Music Practice & Theory" logo. This will show you all questions sorted by votes.
Scroll to the bottom and look for the page selector (little boxes with numbers in them starting from 1). Click on the highest numbered box (currently 803).
You should not see the questions on the site with the fewest upvotes and the most downvotes. Most of them will show "[On Hold]", meaning they have been voted for closure or "[Closed]" meaning they are closed.
You can click on them to see the closed reasons and also look at the questions and comments to get a sense of why the question was closed. Here's a good example:
Are female soloists held to lower standards in concert practice than male performers?
Some of the text of the question:
Yet, in music at the highest level I frequently see female piano and violin soloists in concert.
This seems strange to me because I know how competitive music is. I know of one talented musician who plays the double bass and he tried out for a spot that opened in the Chicago Lyric Orchestra and there were 65 candidates auditioning for that one spot.
Are female performers traditionally "given a pass" and held to a lower standard of skill than the males? How does this work? Does the producer just say, "I want a woman as the pianist" and they only audition women?
One important thing to note about this question is that it's not actually asking for an opinion! The question isn't, "should there be lower standards for women in concert practice?"
This highlights that the close reasons we have available to us pretty much never match the exact problem(s) with a question. This question is problematic in terms of finding a single objective answer, and it's potentially controversial, and overall isn't what MP&T is about. You can find many more examples by looking at the lowest voted questions.
You might be wondering now "So what is MP&T about, exactly?" One way to get a sense of that is to do the same thing as above, but instead stay on page one and view the highest voted questions. That will give you an idea of what we do want to talk about here.
I hope that helps with finding more detail and history of what is better and worse in terms of questions here.