A christian person vs. an atheist by Who Ami

What I observed that I think could be harmful:
Only male (and almost all white) are presented in these figures, and atheist figures contain more symbols and drawings.

Why I think this could be harmful, and to whom:
Despite the large Christian communities in other countries and cultures, the image of Christian people seems to only (or mostly) include white males. This might be harmful to those who are also Christian but don’t fall into this category and might further strengthen the stereotypes of Christian people. The same argument holds for atheists too. Also, the atheist figures seem to include way more symbols and drawings that don’t convey a positive feeling, which might reinforce some misconceptions about atheism.

How I think this issue could potentially be fixed:
We could review more about the possible connotations of the figures especially in terms of colors and symbols, and also try to increase the diversity of population being represented as Christianity really isn’t a white male-dominated feature.

Note, this audit report is relevant to poster’s own identity and/or people and communities the poster care about.