Whatever the question is, a lot of questions don't get answers because people seem uninterested in it. These questions have one particular thing in common: The user has only 1 rep as a starter, and, the question's time of asking is almost the same as the time when the account is made, so it looks like the account was made for that question only.
That means that people tend to think that the user will probably not follow up and may not even accept an answer. When it may look like the user made the account only for that question, and the question looks rushed, I thought that maybe users with 1 rep should not be able to ask.
I see the point of having them ask or answer at 1 rep, as Dimitri Mx pointed out in the answer below, but that is not exactly what I am trying to say. I am saying that just like tag wiki's low-rep-user edits, they are only visible to the poster until peer-reviewed.
Can we not maintain the site better if we implement that here on anime.stackexchange?
Let me just summarise what I want to say.
Why are first posts that are still in review queue visible on the main page? Just like tag wiki's, if a user has not enough reputation then it is only visible to the user himself/herself until peer reviewed. Similarly, if I don't have enough reputation and I edit a question, it will only be visible to me until peer reviewed.
So why aren't first posts treated in the same way?