The dad came in to say good night to my friend that night and actually gave me a good night kiss on my head too — the weird thing being that he was naked doing so. It didn't happen in my house growing up…ever. As I got older, she would walk in my room while I was dressing. However, feeling uncomfortable, though a social construct, is a real phenomena. You are now leaving Pornhub.
We don't use shame to ask my son to put his clothes on.
I'm going to play devil's advocate a bit here, because while I agree in principle that someone doesn't have the right to say "what you're doing with your body doesn't make me comfortable, stop it", I don't think that fully encompasses this particular situation. Is it possible that by trying to be super sensitive to a child's feelings, we are compromising our responsibility to teach them that everyone's body is their own? A larger scale cultural change of the understanding of women's bodies is really needed. I feel like not changing who I am, not hiding my body or being ashamed of my body will be a good foundation and example to point my sons into this direction. I grew up with same-sex nudity ie: I guess we're starting a naked house over here!