I always told the male CNAs to let me know if a female resident didn't want them to work with her or if they otherwise felt uncomfortable, to come get me and if I could, I would go with them to act as a witness. I spoke to the male CNAs and I also spoke to the cognizant female residents that might pose objections. I also made it clear to the residents that I trusted and supported the CNA not to do anything inappropriate, but that it was literally impossible for them to have female caregivers 100% of the time. Things generally worked out. I must say that I find it inappropriate for the female CNAs to be flirting with and sitting on the laps of male residents. This type of behavior could be technically characterized as harassment and the charge nurses and administration could be called on the carpet for this. They are working with their heads in the sand regarding this behavior. I would look for a different place to work if your supervisors are making it too unpleasant for you. You don't deserve to be singled out in the manner that you describe. There has to be a place out there where you can be a respected member of the team. Good luck with your situation. I hope you can resolve it so things are better for you in the future.