We are being taught that touch is a hugh part of head-to-toe assessment - but it is done in a way to maintain pt. privacy, and we are being taught how to make the patient feel comfortable as we do this process. Our prof asks for volunteers for any demonstration, then permission prior to touching. We are then broken into groups of three to practice, in private exam rooms. Some groups are mixed gender. Anyone has the right to refuse any part of an exam (as the patient.) Confidentiality is to be maintained, even on peer exams.
Your prof, however, sounds as tho he is far outside any professional boundaries - do you have an advisor you can talk with?? I would report this guy to someone - you are suppose to be learning professionalism, and you are not getting it here. Maybe some "coaching and counseling" for this guy is needed. Is he a new teacher?