Originally, a gay altarpiece showing two Adams, two Eves, and a transgender woman dressed as a serpent was removed over fears it could be regarded as offensive to transgenders. Created by Elisabeth Ohlson Wallin, the controversial piece of art was donated to the Saint Paul Church in Malmo seven years ago, and after a long debate, it was finally placed to the right of the main altarpiece on the first Sunday of Advent, on December 1st, 2019. However, it was quickly removed because of controversy surrounding the presence of a tempting transgender snake in the painting, an image that was seen as inherently evil and unfair towards transgenders.



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