Objectivity, like honor and justice, is an abstract concept. It does not come natural to living beings. We have, instead, created a logical construct of rules that will, when used properly, purportedly give us a “correct” answer.
The truth is, objectivity is an abstract use of language with the intent to verify the legitimacy of statements made. The product of this objectivity is said to be “reality”.
My own contention is there is no such thing as a singular static reality. “Reality”, if there even is such a thing, must be fluid, plastic and evolving, able to recognize that different perspectives are not necessarily even part of the same reality. Two perspectives could not only appear different and yet real, they could actually not be related and yet still be “real”, rendering reality subjective and moot.