I agree that most people on Reddit have more experience to back up their advice. You're more likely to receive advice that's actually been tried and true versus some idealistic ramblings over there.
Does that make it better? Depends on your aim. There's a lot less of (next to no) feeling of community there. Here, advice can sometimes be decent, though should be taken with a grain of salt. However, it's not unheard of to be in touch with a few people via pm's and establish more of a dialogue that way. So that they'll know more of the full story and be able to give more 'personalized' advice or lead your mind outside of the box versus what you could get from a question on a subreddit.
Plus you can get giftcards and such here for good participation. :P
there are only restrictions for beginners. as soon as you have a higher level, you won´t see advertisements and you can ask as much as you like.
you see the site is for questions you ask to the opposite sex... if you had a girlfriend, you could just ask her. that´s why the majority on here is of the young/inexperienced variety. if you don´t like it, nobody forces you to stay here xD