All the examples of gender discrimination would support a good case. It's worth pursuing.
The "problem" might be what your local jury pool is like. You can have the best case in the world, but if local jurors tend to side with employers, well, it just adds more obstacles to overcome, making it a that much harder case. I encourage you to meet with two or three employment attorneys with at least five years of experience in discrimination.
You can find such attorneys through such organizations as the following:
No, they can't withhold your wages for 60 days, or cut back on a commission after promising you a certain amount. That's why I gave you the link for filing a wage complaint. It's free, and you have the power of the state looking into it for you.
Meanwhile, no matter what you do, start your job hunt, and keep a running list of every place to which you apply.
At the same time, if you don't already have a journal of things that happened at work, sit down and prepare a chronology, from the date you first applied for the job (approximately). Sign and date this chronology, since it may end up being used in court as evidence. The longer you wait, the dimmer your memory will be, so do this sooner rather than later.
You can call the state agency this morning about filing a discrimination complaint. Don't put it off.