AdSense asks me "Are You Gay?", but why?

John emailed me this screenshot:
Are you gay?

I wondered why the heck AdSense considers a post on Google’s new URL removal tool gay in nature. Warning! These links (Google search results) are not safe at work:

0.08% gay: “fell in love
0.11% gay: “neat
0.05% gay: “terminator
0.02% gay: “competitors
0.04% gay: “user
14.7% gay: “friendly
56.4% gay: “tool

Who can help me to figure out the remaining 28.6% gayness? I mean when putting two ads asking “Are you gay” above and below the post, Ol’ AdSense should be at least 100.0% certain that this question will not offend me. Actually, I’m not offended. I’m just curious to learn more about a possible coming out.

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