No problem. Thank you for the additional information.
The employer typically can terminate employees for subjective reasons under the employment at will doctrine, assuming you do not have a contract.
However, there does appear to be a pattern of treating similarly situated male employees more favorably than female employees, which is prohibited by state and federal anti-discrimination laws.
On that basis, I would file a complaint alleging gender discrimination with the fair employment and housing commission, seeking lost wages and benefits due to the discriminatory conduct.
It is best to retain a local employment law attorney to review the complaint before you file it with the commission to ensure your rights are well protected.
Here is a link to the website to initiate a complaint:
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