I just noticed that there was a featured Stack Exchange Meta "question" about the new code of conduct (which was intended to be a clarification of the intention behind the earlier rules). This includes the statement "Sexually suggestive language, imagery, and attention are not appropriate for any part of $SiteName, including meta and chat." (in the context of "Be Civil"). While most sites have no reason for such, writers might be a reasonable exception. Even if critique questions are made off-topic, answers might wish to use somewhat suggestive language for examples.
I do not think excluding such would have a significant impact on question count (posting for shock value seems more likely than real questions), but I think a (further) clarification of policy might be helpful.
(A similar issue would arise with a strict interpretation of the rule concerning expletives. Most people here do not seem inclined to abuse the literal enforcement of rules, and such flags would almost certainly be rejected, but a little extra clarity might be helpful.)
Incidentally, the new Code of Conduct is nicely more explicit about expected behavior.