Yes. Whenever an employee makes a good faith complaint of discrimination, employers are prohibited by the California Fair Employment and Housing Act from retaliating against the employee. This also includes workers who assist others in making such a complaint, opposing any FEHA violation, or even complaining of actions that turn out not to be prohibited by the FEHA, as long as the complaint was made in good faith.
According to a recent survey by the Association of American Universities (AAU), more than a quarter of undergraduate women say that they have been sexually assaulted since starting college. That is, they were sexually touched or penetrated without their consent, either by force or because they were unable to consent.