Forget about the backstory: I actually enjoy questions which have a bit of a narrative to them, and especially ones which share personal motivations for asking. That makes them not only more fun to read, it makes them easier to answer! I didn't downvote for the narrative aspect of the question.
Also, forget the indelicate details; I'm going to hazard a guess that if any of you knew me personally, "prudish" would not be in the top 5 adjectives you'd use to describe me ("impatient" would be). I would not, do not, and did not downvote because of sexual language.
Rather, let me turn the question around on you. How would you vote on a question which asked:
What is the English word for the color of the sky on a sunny, cloudless day at noon? †
I'm going to hazard another guess that you'd vote it down (at a minimum, you'd close-vote it for lack of research).
As I said in my comment:
I'll put my hand up and tell you I downvoted it without even reading the body of the question itself. Of the collection of reasons I downvote questions, two are primary: the question itself would never occur to a native speaker, because the answer is obvious, and so doesn't belong on the site, and the question embeds a false premise, and so is invalid. I downvoted this question for the former violation, but the latter applies as well (questions which commit this latter crime are even more annoying and odious when they do it to advance a particular political position, i.e. are peeving).
I was being honest: I voted down immediately after reading the title, before I read anything else. You could make an argument that I should not do that, but I did, and in this particular case I don't see anything which suggests I should reverse my decision. Do you?
tl;dr: It's a dumb question.
And, I suppose, for the sake of completeness: questions on socially-relevant topics tend to attract more votes overall than simple factual questions, and questions which implicitly or explicitly advance the cause of equality for women tend to get upvoted. The reverse is true, too. That line of reasoning didn't motivate my personal downvote, but it may have influenced others.
† Yes, I put all those adjectives in to preempt the wags in the audience. But, they're always making better wags. Let's see what they come up with.