The portray, which was the part of a lithographic print exhibition by Chagoya raised debate through out the country as some opposed his art, while other supported Chagoya by claiming, "he had the right to create what he pleased."
However, Chagoya said, "I intended the image to be viewed as a commentary on corruption in the Roman Catholic Church, not a sex act involving Christ."
The portrayal, titled, "The Misadventures of Romantic Cannibals," showed the head of Jesus Christ, eyes rolled back, atop a mostly clothed woman's body.
A man's head, tongue out, is near the woman's legs. The Spanish word "orgasmo" is displayed in the background.