Usually, the questions I have aren't entirely code-related, but they don't fall on any other Stack Exchange site's purview. So I post a question
If it's not code-related, don't post it to Stack Overflow. The site owners have been very clear about what type of content they want on their site, and questions like that are not it. The response to "we don't want that type of content on our site" is not "I'll post it anyway then complain when it gets removed". That's what spammers do. Don't post stuff where it's not wanted just because it benefits you. It's selfish and spammy. You don't have the right to abuse other people's websites for your own gain. If you want a website where you can post non-code-related questions, there are plenty of them out there. Stack Overflow is not one of them. You're posting the equivalent of -1, Flamebait there.