A penis sculpture garden in Los Angeles could be a new hot topic for the transgender community
An iconic sculpture in the West Hollywood neighborhood of Venice, California, is about to go on display.
The sculpture by the artist, Gabriele Marciano, is known as the Vagina.
The Vagina was created by Marciano in 2005.
It is one of a number of penis sculptures in Los Angels, including one by the British artist Paul Eggert, which has been at the center of a dispute between the gay rights community and the local LGBT community.
Marciano, who has lived in Los Angles for 20 years, said in a statement to The Huffington Post that he did not want to use the Vaginal in a way that would hurt or hurt people.
The sculpture has been displayed in numerous locations around Los Angeles.
The vaginas sculpture in Venice, the birthplace of the transgender movement.
Gabriele Luciano via APThe controversy stems from a sculpture in 2006 that featured a man and woman in the throes of sex with their prosthetic prosthetic penis.
The artwork sparked outrage, and was removed from the art museum in Venice.
But Marciano later put up another sculpture that depicted the same scene with a man’s erect penis and woman’s prosthetic vagina.
He says the original Vagina and the new sculpture are completely different, and he doesn’t want to “play games” with people’s perception of them.
In his statement, Marciano said he wants people to know that he is an artist and a man.
“The Vaginal is a work of art that has no sexual connotation,” Marciano wrote.
“I do not want people to confuse it with my penis.
I do not have a penis and do not identify with either.”
Marciano has not commented publicly on the controversy.
He also said in his statement that he would never use the sculpture again.
“I’m not interested in being used as a tool in any way,” Marciana told HuffPost.
“It’s not my vagina.
I don’t want any other man to use it.”
The Los Angeles Times reported in 2014 that Marciano had raised money for a penis transplant after the transplant surgery in 2010.
The Los Angelas LGBT Community Center, which was also featured in the sculpture, says that it has raised over $200,000 to support Marciano’s therapy and recovery.