I agree that experience is our reality.
Leaving intuition out of it, though, I do not see how I can assert with certainty anything about a state of affairs independently of anyone's experience of it. It's logically contradictory, isn't it?
So yes, the subjective-objective distinction shouldn't matter unless we decide that reality is a materialistic object.
If we decide reality is "experience", speaking of something outside experience would be the same as saying outside reality.
I suspect that you have decided that REALITY can only be what a human can experience.
I, on the other hand, consider that absurd.
Either of us may be correct; either of us may be incorrect; and considering the limits of human understanding...both of us could be correct or incorrect.
But...as I may have mentioned before...if REALITY is whatever the REALITY actually IS...(and I truly do not see how it can be anything other)...then REALITY is objective...
...WHATEVER IT IS.
To try to actually figure out WHAT IT IS...seems a step way, way too far.
But we can say that whatever it IS...that is what it is.