An errant comma in the Republican Party of Texas platform implies that the majority of Texans are gay.

“Homosexuality is a chosen behavior that is contrary to the fundamental unchanging truths that has been ordained by God in the Bible, recognized by our nations founders, and shared by the majority of Texans,” reads the plank, approved earlier this month by delegates at the party's convention.

Lone Star Q asked on Twitter whether the wording pointed to the sexuality of most Texans.

“In response, grammarians pointed out that placement of the final comma in the plank could lead to understanding it to mean that homosexuality is a chosen behavior shared by the majority of Texans,” Reuters wrote.

Other problems noted were the lack of an apostrophe on “nations” and that by using “has been,” the statement suggests that homosexuality has been ordained by God.

The Republican Party of Texas has previously stated its opposition to gay rights, including marriage rights for gay and lesbian couples.