I remember the first time I ever gave someone a bath who wasn't a member of my family. I was 22, married barely a year, and starting a new job as a very inexperienced and very green home-health care worker. It was also the first time I'd ever seen an uncircumcised penis, and I hadn't a clue as to how I was supposed to, uh, wash him :imbar . Worse, the elderly gentleman's wife was standing right over me, and she yelled at me "You're doing it wrong! Don't you know how to give someone a proper bath?" the whole time, as I struggled with my embarrassment and revulsion. I quit the same day. :stone
Flash forward to some 20+ years later........I've seen more nude bodies than Hugh Hefner, and I'm so far past shame it's not even funny. I'm very sensitive to my patients who have modesty issues---I'm ALWAYS the one who pulls the curtain, even with the door to the room shut---but I personally couldn't care less. I drop my shirt for my annual mammogram without protest and sail through my pelvic exams without even bothering to blush, and it doesn't bother me at all to see other people naked.........it's just part of the job, and I don't even think about it.
There are, of course, exceptions. An example is the young skateboarder who came in for a knee replacement awhile back, and all I will say about him is that his, ahem, dimensions
were rather impressive........so impressive, in fact, that even his surgeon couldn't help remarking (quote:"Holy God, did you SEE the d**k on that kid in there?!) :chuckle Otherwise, most of us never really pay attention to what people look like.