If you have any reason to believe that your employer's treatment of you is due to your gender, you should file a complaint with the Department of Fair Employment and Housing for discrimination on the basis of gender in violation of the Fair Employment and Housing Act.
You can file a complaint using the information available online here:
The Department of Fair Employment and Housing will investigate your complaint and either file suit on your behalf or issue you a right to sue letter so you can pursue you claim against your employer through a private attorney.
Other than that, I'm afraid your options are limited (unless you are a union member or have an employment contract with your employer. Despite popular belief, your employer is not required to treat you in a certain way at your job, and short of violent behavior (or that which makes you fear for your personal safety) your employer is granted broad discretion in how it treats you unless it is treating you negatively due to discrimination based on a protected characteristic. However, as long as you can demonstrate some connection between your gender and the harassment that you're experiencing, you'd have a valid cause of action.
(Also, to note, it is immaterial that your boss is also female, if she treats you differently than other managers due to your gender, that is gender discrimination).
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