A new TV show that follows a group of women who have been infected with the H1N1 influenza virus has raised concerns about gender bias and sexual assault in the workplace.

The series, titled Women in Black, is a reboot of the ABC show, Insecure, which starred actress Olivia Wilde.

It stars actress Elle Fanning as a female doctor, who is the only woman in the world who has survived the virus.

According to the show’s website, “Women in Black” follows the women who had their cases tested by a medical team and then had to endure a grueling, and sometimes painful, journey to return to work.

One of the most notable parts of the show is that the show explores the lives of the women and their interactions with each other.

“We don’t want to just tell the story of women doing this job, we want to tell the stories of men doing this work,” co-creator and executive producer Shauna McPherson told Entertainment Weekly.

“It’s not just a story of a woman being tested and then being out, and then getting tested again.”

While McPhersons show is set in New York City, it also focuses on the women’s struggles with the virus and its effects on the workplace, and McPhedson said the show “helps us to understand why it’s so difficult for women to get back into work.”

Women in black Women in the black show, which was created by actress and activist Tameka Soto, was set to premiere in April but was pulled from the schedule this week.

The decision was made in part because of a lawsuit filed by Soto.

“I have no idea why this show was pulled, I just want it to go away,” Soto told EW.

“The idea of it being a story about women in black is just ridiculous.”

Soto added that the producers of the new show “are really trying to tell a positive story.”

However, the show has received backlash from some women who feel that it unfairly targets the women in the show, with one Twitter user saying that the new series “gives men the power to rape women.”

“This is what rape culture looks like when you’re a woman,” another user wrote.

“Women have the same privileges as men in this country.

The way to fight back against rape culture is not to defend men but to fight to abolish the patriarchy.”

Tags: Categories: GIST