Should I pursue legal action for possible employment discrimination?

Question Details: I have been working at a company for well over a month getting regular hours, however in the past few weeks my boss has hired 3 more females and since then I went from an average of 20 hours a week to 0 hours. Yet, the new girls are getting 30 hours a week. I am not the only one affected, there are 4 males working for this company and all of our hours have been cut short so that the new girls can work. I can understand training and everything but I have not been on the schedule in 4 weeks, while the new girls are averaging 30 hours, is it just me, or does this seem like discrimination. As I said previously, I am not the only male worker affected.

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